The snow covering on the south side of our property.
When we have predators around, unfortunately, we have to lock up animals...at least at night. We also have a nice large yard off the coop that's built from a corn crib we took down a couple years ago.
One of our sheep.
We have a lot of old tractor tires left on the property from the old owners. This is one turned inside out for use as a hay feeder. They are expensive to get rid of so we're trying to creatively make as many as possible useful.
The mister's man cave. I'm generally scared to go in there because I end up finding new old stuff he's bought.
Our grain bin. We do use this although it has never been completely full.
The corn crib. We've used this over the years to house different animals. I keep telling the mister with the right fence, I could keep a pig in here...
Our house. More tractor tires that I use for small garden plants (lettuce, carrots, onions, radishes, greens). The three closer to the house hold my strawberry plants.
The littlest mister experiencing his first nature walk.
Our brooder boxes ready for our shipment of baby chickens, turkeys, ducks and geese next week.
This is Chocolate.
And this is Buddy. Sometimes they escape their cages and make little Chocolate Buddy's.
The newest babies awaiting their dinner.
This is what happens when there are too many roosters in the hen house. This one was taken out of the hen house to heal up. We have a bunch of roosters that need to be butchered this spring.