One thing you can count on, if you live on a farm, there's always things that need doing. Does the list get shorter? Yes, but then, because you don't have enough to do, more things crop up. We had the automatic waterer freeze up yesterday. Ran for parts, got it fixed, I hope. Checked out the window this morning and it may be froze up again. Have to run out to see. I have a llama with diarrhea and he's getting weak. I've got all of my critters on an herbal worming schedule, but maybe he's not getting what he needs. I gave him some Kao last night and he loved the peppermint taste. I haven't gone out to check yet this morning, but have some Panacur to get into him. Then I need to clean out his bedding as best I can and put some fresh straw down. We have to run to the Credit Union today and go get some Sulpha to have on hand for the animals. One of our does may be due to kid in a week or two and we need to clean out the birthing pen. Everything is frozen so solid. We won't see temps above the single digits for a week or two. BUT-the sun is out and everything looks beautiful out there. I'm going to pile on the clothes and get set for a great cardio workout!
Go with God and God go with you.
From Glory Farm,