The Little Flower Farm menagerie survived their trans-state migration gracefully. If you tell a goat that there is a nice cozy barn waiting for her at the end of her journey she will load herself into the moving van and insist on setting out immediately.
We will begin frost seeding new pastures tommorrow, taking advantage of our recent delicious thaw.
We combined the two laying flocks, and the resulting sorting out of the pecking order went smoothly. There was simply to much to do on the new farm...expedition parties were dispatched...
I do not recommend guinea hens as a unique way of introducing yourself to the new neighborhood.
Freshly baked muffins are much...quieter.