Greeves has put on weight again which I am pleased about but I am a bit concerned about his shape. He is still bony on the backbone but his stomach seems very rounded. We moved that group onto a fresh paddock on Sunday so it may be that the grass is a bit rich and long for him - he certainly never stops grazing. He also managed a little cria camelibra this evening. Carl gave it to him from his hand while I kept Lina and Flamenco occupied. I think if I can get him to eat more of that morning and evening it might be better than his bottle which he still loathes! I was worried Lina might not be pregnant after all as she still likes a neck rub so I got Carl to go over and try giving her a stroke - she bit him! Think she may be okay still!
The chickens again explored their new house, one goes up and down the ladder for most of her time, but they still did not want to go in there at night so we picked them all up and put them in - hopefully they will realise what it is for tomorrow.
It seems incredible but today it is a year since my Dad died.
A better penning solution! - After a long "family illness" and a subsequent reduction of our herd, I am back to report a more recent enhancement to Easter-Wood. One of the problems we ...
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