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Welcome to the barns

It’s cold. So cold eggs freeze before I can pluck them from the coops.

The cows are in the barn and wait for some grain.

Liddy the pygmy goat is very very pregnant (due in about 2 weeks) and has been moved into the barn until it gets warmer outside.

She is very big. Huge. Here’s another view.

The pond is frozen over so the muscovies stay in the barn by choice. In fact it is hard to move them outside.

There are 8 Old English bantams running around the barn too. Here some of them sneak a drink out of a goat waterer. They do not like the cold one bit.

In fact here is a hen all covered in hay in a manger. Can you see her? Pretty cozy!

The cold doesn’t bother Hank too much. He’s ready to wrestle anytime anyplace.

Posted in Cattle, Farm Collies, Goats, Poultry.

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  1. Hi! I have been enjoying your blog. I can relate totally as I live with 7 dogs, 1 horse and 2 cats, 2 goats, 8 chickens and a guinea.

    I’m making new blog friends and tagging you in a 7 things You Don’t know about me meme. Have fun!!

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