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Greener pastures

The chickens aren't the only ones enjoying some new green grass. It was time to move the cows so we can start rotating the chickens in their previous paddock and give the cows a chance to graze on new grass, giving the previous pasture a break. We are still keeping the cows close by since there are three mamas still waiting to drop their calves.


The cows love grazing on in their new pasture. We also were able to use the move to our advantage and tag our newest female calf. She was a little confused on how to navigate her way though one of the gates and isolated herself. We were able to shut the gate before the other cows knew what was going on. Kris was able to carry her to the horse stall and get the tagger. It was our first time to get close to her without her mom getting between us.

























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