Originally Posted by appps
Think it's going to be a long summer. Only 36 at the moment but I've had to bring Carl in because she she wasn't looking real good. They are all mouth breathing but her the most and she seemed to have starring eyes too if that makes sense and a bit wobbly and I was misting and instead of avoiding it like normal she was actually following it round. So I've brought her into the laundry where it's much cooler and she is looking a lot better.
If this is her in 36 heat though gawd help us when summer hits. I don't think she's ever quite got back to 100% normal after being sick that time.
Poor bugger, heat stress is awful. Some electrolyte s wouldn't go astray.
We had lovely drenching rIn last night, my garden is looking very pleased with itself today.
Just finished pushing the goats down the back , as they keep breaking in to the hay paddock. Most people are saying that they are only getting half the yeild off their hay paddocks this season.
This weekend we are making a ' foaling ' yard in anticipation of our baby.