It’s a good thing Roy built these covered feeders!

As it is, the snow has now drifted up on the far side of this feeder today, nearly to the level of the hay below!

Lisa is giving our youngest daughter an earful, “What took you so long to get out here with our hay this morning?!”


The sheep don’t stray far from their food source these days!  Even if it means a snow-sprinkled fleece!  They really hate walking through the snow, and have made themselves paths to all of the important parts of their pasture…the water, hay feeders, mineral, shelter…and the old Christmas tree they’ve been gnawing on that you can see in the distance above (that I have to keep unburying with all of these snow storms!)


I don’t think Shirley’s too happy about it, though…if she doesn’t shake off soon she’ll be coated like a Snowsheep!


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