We got over 10" of heavy wet snow this weekend, was much needed moisture but it caused some damage to the pens. Tomorrow will be rebuild day.
Our Great Pyrenees Pete is standing guard, watching for the coyotes that have been trying to sneak in lately. And our Jack Russel Max figures he needs to help out too.
Meat chicks and turkeys are settling in to their brooder coop, some little turkeys are already trying to strut!
Oreo another of our nurse cows had a handsome bull calf yesterday, now all our jerseys have a foster mom.
We were honored to be asked to set up a display at Boomtown Days in ShaunavonDisplay on our products we raise, as well as a display on development of a chick in the egg.
this year. It was the 100th anniversary celebration, since Shaunavon is hubby's
home town we figured we should do our part to participate.
We got to enjoy some of the events happening at Boomtown days as well.
Here is the girls in the Kiddies Parade, with their Pet Sheep Angela and our new Milk cow to be Amber.
Prairie Train Ride, Shaunavon to Eastend Return.
Of course the girls couldn't pass up pony rides.
Our first yearling to lamb this year is Martha, she is a nice ewe lamb out of our Daisy. She had the babies between my 6:50 am check and our 8 am check. Martha had twins, but one was very small and still born, the other a 6 lb little black boy. Very handsome and lively little Matthew.