I know there is more in the garden but I’ve yet to spot them, only their poo.
Any ideas on getting rid of them?
We’ve had a blast this summer having campfires, frogging, gardening, spending time with friends and family, camping, and just staying home with all of the critters but fall is creeping upon us. As excited as I was to greet summer I am looking forward to the fresh crisp fall days. Oh yeah, did I forget to mention school? 2 1/2 weeks…whose counting? I know in previous posts I have mentioned and considered homeschooling but in all honesty I do not have the patience for it! When the kids are in school I LOVE my time to go to the gym, shop without assistance, have a clean house for greater than 1 hour, and mostly the silence but I always look forward to picking them up at 2:50. I have the utmost respect for those of you who do and for all the teachers.
(bedtime for them..not me!)
The goats finally have a pen in the barn. They have been sleeping in my mud room and the second they hear you up they were blatting away. This is a much better set up for the winter months. To the right of their pen is a door out into the field so eventually we will have something set up there so they can go right out. I’d like them to go out this winter when it is not too cold. We have considered getting a solar fence for them (and for cattle…maybe next year) but I have heard mixed reviews on them for goats. Right now they have a fenced area that is approx 10 x 10.