It’s been way too muddy to get out on the farm and check for babies calves
Although, Terry did go out early, early one morning (while everything was frozen) to check and also see how the feed was holding up
He reported there are no calves yet and the food is holding…
We are moving between snow and partial melt, which makes MUD, back to snow
Which I know is good for the soil, the plants, the big trees — and it IS January after all.
And for something rather fun…the Great Horned Owls are back…they winter here and raise their little owlets. Our daughter, who lives just across the field from us, was able to capture one of the Owls resting on the old, old apricot tree with her cell phone.
Now, how cool is that!
Your friend on a western Colorado farm,