Right now they’re only going out in it as a group for a few hours a day, to mow down the tall grass that is in there. I didn’t want to put them in there full-time because, well… their current pasture is a little sparse, so to go from light grazing with supplemental hay, to rich, green tall grass might’ve upset their systems a bit. Once it is grazed down more, I’ll be putting our yearling buck, Bam-Bam, and his little half-brother Twinkie out there. Of course, once Twinkie goes to freezer camp, I’ll have to figure out something so that Bam-Bam is not alone, but at least this should prevent us from pasture breeding and ending up with January babies again.
What about you? What new projects are going on around your farm or homestead?