June is due to kid on Feb. 14th. She's getting pretty wide! I can't wait to see what she has. I bred her earlier than normal, and since we got a cold snap a few days ago I'm wondering why I decided to do that! I'm not sure if I'd rather milk in the freezing cold or in the hot, humid summer. I'm thinking I'd rather deal with the cold. I don't deal with heat well.
I love how they all dig in and then look at me with mouthfuls of hay. Barley is the lamb looking at me head on. I love her.
And of course Ida can't stand like a normal animal and eat, she's got to make it entertaining. :-)
Once again Ida is up, because you know the best tasting hay is on the top!
I'm currently feeding a round bale since my hay people were out of small squares. It's been working pretty well so far, and I think now we have a method for unloading the bale. It's much easier feeding it out when it's standing up, since it just unrolls.
And it's cheaper than small square bales, which is a huge bonus!