Now we don't have just snow, but rain, then snow, then rain,then snow....you get the picture. Luckily the ground is not frozen and none of my fruit trees have started to green up . Some of my raised beds have a little activity and the chickens are busy digging them up.
My 4 bottle lambs are doing much better! Woodstock who is the largest,oldest and spotted has been the dominate bottle lamb, but the other three are catching up! My two boy lambs Filbert and Ghost are filling out and don't look like runts anymore. Puff is still small, but she is also a month younger than the rest of them. But she is getting longer, taller and looks more mature.
Miss Tuffy chicken is getting around on her gimpy leg, but I can't put her with the rest of the flock, due to the wound scare on her leg. Another chicken # 18 is in Chicken hospice, I keep thinking she will die and the next day she is still alive.
Update on the barn roof: I am waiting for an update on the cost and I need to get two quotes on having the footings dug and placed. So on we go! As Kermit would say"moving right along" Come on Spring get your act together!
Mary Will Sussman