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A good morning + Greenhorn Question


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Posted by EIEIO on December 04, 2002 at 03:54:26 from (66.82.9.22):

Good Morning Everyone and I hope that you have a beautiful day today. It is finally freezing here and we may get a little snow. Brrrrrrrrrrrr!

Okay question, the old toot says not to worry but when I checked on the critters last night the sheep was out in the rain and she was pretty wet. They have a huge pen in the barn with hay, I know the Pyr is comfortable in the weather but I worry about Peep. Our goat at least has sense enough to stay in the barn.

Also I am having a terrible time getting the chickens into the barn, they want to stay outside in a big fenced in area between the two barns, or else the go into the other barn. We moved their food into the new quarters but no luck. I know there is an easier way to do it than the way I am doing it so I am coming to the experts.

Again thanks for your help!

Have a rainbow day!!


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