This week was sad for us. Our oldest goat died. She was one of the first goats in Matt's herd when he started with goats in 5th grade. Clover was about 4 or 5 when we got her, and we've had her for 12 years.
|How old is Clover?|
|Last weekend she was so old that she couldn't stand up anymore.|
We are so sad to say good-bye to our sweet Clover! We loved her so much! We will miss her.
|Another day I left the back door open so I could load the heavy milking equipment into the wagon.|
Look who came the back door!
She was a good chicken and did not poo in the house!
Last week someone asked me how the turkey with the missing tail feathers was doing. She is doing well! Can you see her tail feathers growing back? She learned her lesson and has stayed on our side of the fence ever since she lost her tail. I am sure does not want a dog to pull her tail feathers out again!
|Quin and Xander are here for a few days.|
The geese are getting big! They still cheep instead of sounding like adult geese.
They are still pretty friendly, too.
I don't know how long it will be before they are full grown. We've never had geese before.
If you listen closely you can hear them cheeping as they drink some water.
Who else can you hear?
|It's hard work being on a farm!|
We work and play so much that we don't get time to sit and rest.
At the end of the day all we want to do is snuggle under the covers and go to sleep.