Thursday, June 23, 2011


My front yard looks like the Amazon. The hay field is chest high,  the back yard is a sponge, and the lakes, rivers, and streams are fully recharged!
One very soggy llama
As a farmer it is considered VERY bad form to curse the rain, and after an eight year drought in this little corner of Wisconsin, I will refrain from doing so, I just wish there was some way we could share this moisture with Texas.

Fortunately for us, the weather is forecast to be great for this weekend for
Pizza By The Pond!  "The Eddies" are going to be singing for their supper starting at 5:00pm and the "Milking of the Sheep" is due to start at approx  6:00pm .

Dave milking while under the watchful eye of one of our goats
Bring a  kite! Bring a mitt and ball! Bring a spirit of adventure!  Lots of fun outdoorsy things to do, or just kick back and relax and watch the wild bird population....or maybe milk a sheep or goat!

We have new "bottle babies" including  three  June calves and a couple of goat kids, three more cows are left to calve.

The big guy on the far left is actually two weeks younger than the other two...the boys named him
"Sir Loin"

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