Hurray and oh no!

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Hurray and oh no!

Postby Woodland Hen » 07 May 2013, 15:08

Finally after a day of strimming, putting up electric fence and cattle worming, we put the cows out after 7 months of being in!

So nice to go down this morning and see them all lying in long grass in the sunshine.

Then I looked at the weather forecast :shock:
Barred Plymouth Rocks, Silver Pencilled and Partridge Wyandottes, 24 cows, 10 sheep, 3 horses, a cat, a dog..........always knackered!
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Re: Hurray and oh no!

Postby HelenVF » 08 May 2013, 10:57

lol, that's called sods law!! Happens a lot around here....

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