Almost being the important word. I have been pitchforking the bedding into our cart, hauling it to the spreader and moving it away from the barn. The chickens (above) have been helping. I did the entire barn (the edges and poles where the tractor cannot get to) and the pens. I had 1/2 of one pen to go when the tractor’s steering gave out. Again. So frustrating. And now the rains have come. So now what?
Gee Whiz Donna – you sure do manage to do a LOT!! I have come to detest canning……guess I’m not much of a farmer after all. I ended up having some baby satin angoras by accident this year……6 new babies. It was fun raising them but I have since had my boys neutered. I have 7 rabbits now and they are pretty fun – they mostly live all together loose on their side of the barn, including Daisy who is doing well despite those strange cysts or tumors or whatever along her underbelly. The vet can’t explain that either….but she seems happy enough.
Thanks Monique! I still like to can and to drive the tractor but we shall see how much longer. I saw the photo of Daisy on your blog the other day, looking good. Hope all your bunnies do well.