Since the risk of frost is officially only over on May the 24th we had nothing planted, and luckily our pear and plum trees were late in blossoming, so we were lucky and didn’t have any damage! Hopefully we will have plums and pears this year !!
In a month, nature has changed drastically. Trees have leaves. Fields burnt by snow and frost have become green meadows. Our goats are happy to finally be outside.
Here are some photos and videos of our goats and their babies enjoying the spring pasture.
I could not resist sharing this wonderful picture with you,: here are the goats sleeping outside early in the morning, Mother and daughter sitting and sleeping together. Really cute !!Our large barn is now empty. Everybody is either in the fields permanently (the young goats, bucks and llamas), or outside with access to the small barn (the moms and babies). This summer, we will build larger pens in our large barn. We will also improve our feeder system because our dear friends the goats waste their hay throwing it down, and once it is on the ground they don’t eat it. We will keep you up to date this summer with that project.