Yeah, its finaly warming up.. Today I even didn't wear my car-hart Coat!! Now the big problem is the mud... Its ankle deep!!msscamp":1t8xa0uv said:Iowa-angus":1t8xa0uv said:
Yeah, I know that feeling. :lol: :lol: Between the water tubs, buckets, troughs, and tanks(only 2 have tank heaters) that it takes to maintain 116 goats and 9 head of horses (ours, as well as the boarders), it uses up the better part of a day to get/keep them thawed out, ice broke, and ensure that everything has at least reasonable access to water throughout the day. Hang in there, spring is coming! Then we can be nice about the heat! :lol: :lol:
Iowa-angus":srs6mr1z said:Yeah, its finaly warming up.. Today I even didn't wear my car-hart Coat!! Now the big problem is the mud... Its ankle deep!!
Include fat.Iowa-angus":174sn63l said:
CHHSFFA":ph5mjaxs said:You're to be commended for taking on livestock projects, especially in that Iowa snow! Here's what you do. Talk to your county agent or local ag teacher. They should be well equipped to advise you on what to feed you heifer. Keep up the good work and hang in there!