Surviving Winter on the Farm

Surviving Winter on the Farm

Surviving Winter on the Farm by CoombeMill10 February 2014 07:30 Protecting the Animals It has been officially declared the wettest January on record and February is looking no better; this on the back of a wet Christmas and a forecast of more to come has taken its toll on everyone. However at least we can enjoy the sun when it appears, have some fun in the puddles and then retreat inside for a warming hot chocolate. Our poor animals have really been struggling with this prolonged wet spell. Many of them are designed to withstand some cold and wet, but the goats, wallabies, alpacas and donkeys in particular are really not designed for months of this rain and wind.

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