I heard you had fun pressing cider last week with my cider press. Our family loves pressing cider!
Your teacher sent me some photos of your exciting day. I can't post them all, there are so many! If you can't find yourself in the photos, look for one of your friends.
Are you curious to see how the chicks have grown this week?
|Look how big they have grown!|
|They have their feathers now. They still follow the mother hen everywhere, but they don't stay quite as close as they used to when they are wandering around the farm. If they hear their mother hen calling them, they still come running!|
Here are some photos of the barn and the barn yard where the animals live.
|This is what I see when I walk out to milk the goats. It's not always this messy looking, but we've been very busy the last few weeks and haven't had time to clean everything up.|
|A little closer. You can see the milk stand in the middle of the big, open door. We don't leave the big door open very often.|
|Look at the hay bales! They are so big! It takes the animals about one month to eat a whole bale. Two bales weighs about the same as a small car, that's heavy!|
|Here is what our farm looks like if you were flying over it in a helicopter. We have fences in a few different places now that when the photo was taken. You can see the new fences in the map below.|
|This is what it looks like if I draw a map of the farm!|
Do you have any questions about the barn? What would you like to see next week?
Would you like to see what the milk stands look like with goats on them?