What do they eat? Our Belgian horses/Belted Galloway cattle eat both hay and
Life on the Farm is pretty much
24-7. Vacations are out of the question unless of course someone is willing
to assume the responsibility of "chores".
We do get away thanks to our kids and friends!
Out to the Barn
Grain Horses in the barn as marked on stall charts
John, Rose, Sonny, Tammy, Jewel, Diva, Leggs, Honey, Nikki, &
Fill Water Tank ( West Side of the Barn)
Turn Slip Stall Horses Out
The star of the show this year is 'Jazz Dude'. Born Feb 22, 2012
mother is Jazzed on Jet Fuel and father is Silent Socket
Check hay supply for Center Paddock
1 scoop grain for the chickens and water and don't forget
to pick up the eggs!
Be sure to close gates, check electric fencer, clean
stalls/add bedding if necessary, close the barn doors, and observe that everyone
Evening 5:00 PM
Put grain/hay in tie stall mangers before letting the horses
into the barn. Stall charts indicate rations.
Let horses in 2 at a time. Tie them up.
Round bales of hay put out with the skid loader every
other day. (always use shoulder harness)
1 round bales in the large feed lot for the cows
1 bale in the tire feeder in the big
Feed the chickens!
Don't forget to feed & water the cows!!
course there's the general fix it and maintenance... also, cutting, raking and
making hay the months of
June, July, August, and September.
have to have at least 100 tons of hay to feed this hungry bunch!
No Wonder no one wants to include
us in a time share!!!