|Einstein is bigger than I thought he was. He's turning into a very handsome rooster.|
|The White Plymouth Rock Rooster is Captain. I'm super happy with both the boys. Gentlemen, they both are. The White Rock behind him is a hen.|
|This is the Red Ranger that I just couldn't butcher. She's so big and fluffy.|
One of the Easter Eggers, the the Buffy Red Ranger in the background. This is the EE that will come over and eat of my hand.
|Two of the other Easter Eggers.|
This poor girl doesn't have any tail feathers left. Just some scraggly bits.
The fence has been working beautifully. Scott did a perfect job on it. None of the cows have gotten out, the horses are happily out on pasture and not eating the winter hay.
|Ben and Fox behind the new gate and fence braces.|
|This is the corner brace that gave us such a hard time getting into the ground.|
|Bacon, the steer, is starting the grow in some woolly hair. He's looking like a fine tasting fellow. Soon we'll bring both the steers back up to the round pen and start feeding the crap outta them, getting them ready for the butcher.|
Norman was out stuffing himself on grass and didn't want to come out the the fence to get his picture taken. Give him a trunk though, and he's look like a baby Woolly Mammoth.
I promised Heather pictures of the new mare. Here's one of her favorite boy, Ben, too.
|Hancocks Gaelic Fox. Her topline isn't really that funny looking, Ben is hiding behind her and you can just see a bit of him by her withers and neck.|
|Hancocks Gaelic Fox and Benjamin Brown|
|Scott on Hancocks Gaelic Fox|
|Scott and Fox|