Sheep out on wheat stubble and crabgrass…

Times are tough here with no rain.  We are trying to make the best of it.  The sheep are out on wheat stubble that has crabgrass growing like crazy.  This will buy us time while we wait for rain.

Our pasture is done until rain comes.  If it doesn’t rain soon we will have to start dropping our winter hay.  Not something we want to do, but we are fortunate enough to have hay when many don’t and are thankful for that.

A beautiful Kansas sky!


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