Monday, October 03, 2005

Daily Farm Photo 10/3/05


Winter Food For Sheep Or Giant Dog Fort?

Note: Farmgirl has left the farm. Back on Thursday!
Have you Named That Sheep yet?

5 comments:

  1. I won I won I won I won I won I won!!

    I have defeated you all but especially you, Clare, Cara, and Wendy. :)

    Dunno about a dog for but my girls could destroy this in about 30 minutes.

    Amy

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  2. So much prettier than the giant green or black plastic rolls we see in our country nowadays, love this picture.

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  3. Congrats Amy!!

    I love this photo.
    This is on my list of 'to see again' durning a different season!

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  4. How Beautiful. Can I come live with you? PLEAZZZZE? Me and hubby and the dog would be really good farmhands once we learned the ropes. Ok...think about it if you must...but get back to me quickly! I'll start packing the bags.

    (lol)

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  5. Oops. I somehow missed all these wonderful comments that were posted while I was away!

    Amy,
    LOL, you crack me up. Hmmmm. If your girls can do that much destruction in that little amount of time, you might reconsider adding a dog to the mix. The badly behaved critters usually end up influencing the well behaved one! : )

    Hi Baking Soda,
    Yes, we love our square bales, though we are some of the only people in the area who haven't switched to those giant round bales. I prefer the small square ones for so many reasons (not the least of which is that we already own the equipment to put them up!). It would probably be different if we were feeding 100 cows or something, but we're not. Glad you enjoyed the picture.

    Hi Wendy,
    I was thinking the same thing when I posted this--not only will the trees change as the seasons do, but so will the level of hay in the barn!

    Hi Becca,
    LOL again! : )

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