First we moved the chickens back to the community coop. The coon seems to be gone and we are sure they will be safe because we will be home to put them up on time from now on.
Then we added Jamie to the family. She is about two weeks old and her First feeding was funny. Dad had to get ahold of her and hold her for me while I taught her to take the bottle. After that she loved it and we have had no problems at feeding time since.
She is just to cool and I love her already. She is just so cute and sweet....We moved the sheep back over to the other pen with the goats and we are now dividing them to feed them but we had to have the sheep pen for "Jamie" and I call her. Just so you know James is my Grandpa's name and the name of the gentleman that Blessed me with the little girl. She is just so cute.
The goats are doing great. I have one that still limps from time to time but we have checked him out and we can't find any reason for it. His feet are great and there are no wounds.
We are even working with Ranger to make him be nice to everything. He only gets to go free when we are out there to watch him but it is a start. When we are there he doesn't chase anything and that is great. He is getting so big and Mom is talking about getting him fixed ... Oh no Ranger better watch out it will be vet time before long
Add all this to working on the Duck Pond, Mom working on her surprise, poultry club meetings, Dad getting called into work, School, The upcoming 4-H banquet and my rodeo schedule and you will see that we have been kind of busy.