I had a welcoming committee this morning waiting for me. I wish they could hand me a cup of coffee when I arrive.
A field of white marshmallows....
I did not have any help unrolling this morning.
I decided to make the letter "L" for LUCKY.
I am a lucky girl to be living the rural life.
I actually unrolled the hay in a "H" last time.
H for HAPPY.
The herd does not care what letter I unroll the hay in.
It all tastes the same to them.
Although I KNOW when I unrolled it in the "J" shape a few of my older girls smiled.
When I unroll the hay early in the morning, I have many other sets of eyes watching me.
They wait until I leave the field and then they come nibble with the herd.
The turkeys are as hormonal as my own 2 ducks. These tom turkeys have been in the same exact little area of the field for 4 days, in plain view strutting and gobbling.
When the grass gets about 8 inches high, we can stop feeding hay and start rotating the cows through the field. I think it will be next week.
Who else is still feeding hay ?