|Not pretty but effective.|
The goats also prefer to have the south side of their barn open so that they can peer out to see what is going on, but during swirling, blowing storms, snow tends to blow inside so I temporarily cover everything up. Even so,I often see a head or two sticking out from behind the tarps, with this "where ARE you, is time to EAT" look. Also tucked inside is a quite pregnant Nigerian Dwarf that is due any day now.
|Jamboree: "I'm waiting for the coldest, snowiest night to have my babies."|
Me: "PLEASE wait until we have a nice sunny afternoon. April woud be good."
Even Heidi who usually spends her time like this:
sometimes tucks inside the alley way to snooze in the hay out of the worst of the weather.
Anyway, we are officially on baby (and weather) watch!