During the winter we mostly stay inside and try to stay warm. I have to go out and care for the animals. Our house is heated partially by the fire place, so during the summer and autumn we are chopping, collecting, and stacking wood. I wish we had more fun things to do, but the rest of my family are all really in to playing on the computers right now. This is okay, but it kind of leaves me with nothing to do.
I've found that drying and collecting mowed grass is a great way to get free nest box liners and bedding for chickens. I just did that this evening. It wasn't quite dry yet so I spread it out around the barn and will collect for nest boxes when its dry.
Some of my flock (right now I have 62 chickens! We're cutting down to 45 before winter)
Some rabbits we pet-sat for
Our pet Nigerian Dwarf goat who needed a C-section in order to free her adorable little baby, Buckeye
A chick (Baby Cakes) whom we helped hatch. Apparently the shell was too thick.
Some of our past and present dogs
A litter of kittens we adopted out
Our barn cats and chickens getting a drink together