Rain. Rain. and More Rain.
There is literally standing water in our flat tame pastures, our dryland garden (no we still haven't hooked up the water!) is looking great, and our hay will probably yield the best it has in the last 5 years (if we can ever get it cut!).
Below: Photos from our Gelbvieh breeding group
Below, Left: A Charolais x red Angus cross steer out of a second calver
Middle & Right: Red gelbvieh cross calves out of first time calvers
Below: Trailing to the Community Pasture
In the meantime, between what felt like a million brandings, and putting bulls out, moving cows and our day jobs, we have been slowly chipping away at some yard items. The power has officially been trenched and the electrician has given the go ahead to turn the shop power on! While we don't yet have a floor, we do have power! Clay has also been busy gravelling our very slippery driveway, thanks to the rain, and completing the fence around our yard. However, that wasn't completed quite soon enough as my cows had a bit of a party in my garden corn...
Left: Trenching in the power to the shop
Looking forward to July...
Montana trip to celebrate love!
Hopefully, more house progress
#Hay16 (if it ever stops raining)