Well, there isn't a lot of farm news this week. First, Tuesday when Brandon went it was really windy and cold. We did see the new baby chicks, but couldn't take any photos, as they are locked up tight under a heat lamp. There were 300 when they arrived and then they began to die. The problem was that the heat lamp wasn't low enough. They huddled together to try and stay warm and some of them were injured and some of them died from the cold.
We did get a few photos. Here's one of Brandon feeding King some hay out of his hand. He loves King and though he is a huge horse, he is a gentle giant.
Here's one of King and Quiet Riot. They are in the corral. King doesn't get to stay out long, as he likes to escape the confines of the corral and pasture.
This young bull loves hay and attention. He likes to have his photo taken and it seems like he posed for the camera.
We didn't stay long, as it was too cold.
Thursday it rained and I wondered if we should cancel the farm trip. Jordan begged to go. He loves the farm and hates to miss. It had stopped raining, so I decided to take him. After all, I worked on the farm in the rain when I was a child.
Just as we were getting near the farm, it started to rain. We went to the barn first, checked out the baby chicks, which were doing much better, saw King and the goats and then checked out the trampoline. It was wet, so that was a disappointment. Most of the animals were keeping out of sight and out of the rain. So that is all the news for now. Hope you enjoyed coming along.