Baby bottle bunnies: we managed to raise three of the five and though they are not as big as their peers they are doing ok. I am not sure why two died but until we got them eating solids, the amount of milk they drank seemed barely adequate.
Fish: The fingerlings have been released into two dams. they are tiny so it will be a long time before we need the tartare sauce. There are plenty of creatures that will want to get to them first. The rain we are having is great as the dams are filling.
Calves: The little girls have settled in and figured out where the food is, it is tempting to feed them heaps but we have been advised to be careful cause making them fat will negatively effect how they milk later.
Goats: After the great summer debacle, when I was in charge, as Laura was away, one kid died and anther got really sick. Things are looking up,and Laura is very excited that the buck is coming Saturday to start the breeding all over again. She is milking once a day and producing two litres of milk. Next on the agenda ..a camembert style cheese!
Sheep: The main event, are eating grass and gaining weight in preparation for joining in a couple of weeks for an early spring lambing. When the busy time will start again.