Changing the Landscape of Windy Woods

July 10, 2015

The pace of life here in Windy Woods has really picked up.

As anyone who's been keeping up knows, the children who are in 4H have all gotten their animals now, and they have been integrated with the rest of the livestock.

wandering livestock

The Windy Woods flerd wanders free (except Selh'teus) as we move the pen.

The 256 sq. ft. pen needs to be moved approximately every 2 days.

Scott Burgess

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Sherry Arp

I love looking at and reading your stories. Looks like lots of work but also lots of fun.

    Scott Burgess

    Thanks Sherry!

    I really need to write more often, need the practice.

    We’ve gotten better at moving the goat pen actually, I believe back when I wrote this we were still using corner posts. These days we only use the t-posts and carabiners. I should write that up too, as it’s a much faster method, but still secure enough to keep the goats in. Well, the adult goats, the kids slip right through the cattle panels. Goat panels are just so expensive compared to cattle panels.

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