Teddy still says that it is snowy out and he is just fine here in the shelter.
The sheep are out waiting for a treat. We feed large round bales but little grain this time of year. If too much grain is given the lambs will be too large and the ewes may have a difficult time birthing. Still, you just can't tell if the humans are going to break out the grain bucket so it is best to stay near. Just in case. Somehow I get great shots of sheep butts. I don't know why but that just seems to be the way it is. Do you think they may be telling me something?
The sheep still have their fall fleece since we weren't able to shear.
Esther just waiting.......with a loud baaaaaaa....
The goats are in on the same game. Waiting at the door just in case Ted decides to break out the grain..............."we goats don't like being out here, where is the grain?"
Same game from Fuzzy too.
The guineas and chickens have had their grain. This is their idea of taking a breath of fresh air. Not big fans of snow but we throw cracked corn out in the morning and they have to scratch through it for the grain. They get layer mash too but that gets eaten very quick. Don't be fooled, there is no Layn goin on in our coop. We have gotten 1 egg in about a week now. Our winter days are short and the chickens don't start again till the days get longer.
Baby, our wether is sweet and very patient. He is one of the friendlies sheep we have. Just look at that sweet face.