We went with the same color brown as we had before. I love the new look! We'd love to do the house with metal roofing in the future.
We set the hammock up in the front yard last week when we put the animals out there to graze (so we could keep an eye on them). Kylee and I got in some good relaxing time!
The sheep/goat pasture is finally ready to graze, so I set up the first paddock for them on Monday.
Then yesterday (Wednesday), I opened up another small section for them. This picture below was taken Wednesday afternoon. You can see the line where they grazed the first section. Normally I would have put up a back fence (to keep them out of the already grazed section), but I didn't have time before work.
The lamb is following her mama, Darla, out to graze.
I thought this was a nice family picture of the purebred Southdowns. Darla, the ram, and the lamb.
I knitted a jumper for my good friend's baby girl. I hope she doesn't read this blog. :-)
My #2 doe kindled (had babies) on the 24th. She had 11, but lost 2 shortly after. She still has 9 fat, healthy babies.
Rabbit babies are the cutest!
These babies' father is my American Chinchilla/Silver Fox buck. I bred my #1 doe to the New Zealand buck, hoping for some purebred babies, but she didn't take. I'll breed her again soon.
And I need to get around to posting about the meat aspect of the rabbits. I'll get to it some day!