Hay day has arrived. Because it is a hot day, we started unloading at 8 this morning. It took about 3 hours to unload and stack 20 ton of hay and people were plenty sweaty and tired at the end of that time. The sheep should now have enough food to last throughout the winter and next spring the pastures will be ready for them.
Meet Alice, an accidental breeding caused this little bottle baby who is partially blind. So she was given to my neighbor to love. The hope is she may grow out of it.