Wednesday, November 5, 2014

We're ready now.

Finally got a nice huge round bale of hay delivered today for the sheep and alpacas. It's nice loose small hay too. Just right for the sheep. They are quite picky animals when it comes to their hay. And it fit perfectly in this middle stall, so they have plenty of room to fit around it and still get out of the rain.

This is some of them, checking out the hay. I feel so much better now. I was getting a little worried. I wanted to just use round bales this winter, because it would be so much cheaper and less waste. And would last so much longer too. And NO hauling hay to them twice a day now! I am good with that! And the people about 2 miles from me can deliver it!

I made these 2 little cuties today from Adelaide's pretty long locks. I love them.  They are so fluffy and sweet. I love making these little guys.

Happy hump day, y'all! Have a good one. I am off to market.


An At Home Daughter said...

I wish we could get round bales delivered like that. Hay is sooooo Expensive, and delivery I think its at least $75 a stack now.

The new little sheep are adorable! Cutest ones yet.


Kris said...

That is so expensive. This bale is just $35 plus $5 to deliver. It's huge too.

And thanks. I sold the black face sheep yesterday at market. I am going to be making a bunch more today for Saturday. This is Adelaide's curly wool locks. I love them.

Betty Ann said...

I love those curly wool sheep!!

Kris said...

Aren't they cute? I sold the brown faced sheep Wed. I want to make some more. And some grey ones too. I love them.