Well, we have gone from 65 degrees, cloudy, and rainy to 95 and sunny. We really need it to be a little drier around here. Half the crops aren't in, and all our gardens are full of weeds. Seems the weather never really does exactly what we want. Oh, well. At least the ponds a full. We can be thankful for that. We have had years in the past where they were almost dry. This is the first time in 4 years they have been full.
Robin Alpert Alpacas 'R Diamonds 15163 W 323rd Paola, KS 66071 913-849-3738 www.alpacanation.com/alpacasrdiamonds.asp
We have had so much rain here that the pastures are like ponds and I have to keep the unhappy pacas in the barn and the drylot area around it. That means more poop to scoop as well, but how can I get the tractor in the barn without letting the pacas out to the pasture? Grrrrrrr. I will have to reconfigure the panels in the barn, so that I can put the pacas in one part while cleaning the other part.
Christiane Rudolf Tanglewood Farm 19741 Victory Lane Fayetteville, Ohio 45118 (513) 875-2533