The herd has been enjoying the big pasture all summer and now that fall is here we are preparing to begin working on the front south east side to reclaim an additional 10 acres of grazing pasture. We are still discussing how we will fence that pasture in if we will leave it as a large 10 acre pasture or if we will split it into 2 to 2.5 acre pastures and allow the herd to split off more based on personalities or possibly take on some pasture boarders to help alleviate any financial shortfalls we might have
We are also in the process of filling out a couple financial assistance applications for a few of the girls more pressing medical needs (Zepper’s Jaw & Puddin’s Knees).
We were excited to participate in the Oklahoma Large Animal Responders Team Micro-chipping clinic on Sept 21st however due to a family event the primary vet was no longer available that weekend and has needed to reschedule. The Herds primary vet (Dr. Mauzerall; Benchmark Animal Hospital) will be visiting on October 12th, she will be completing coggins, dental, shots, general exams & micro-chipping if the micro-chipping clinic has not been rescheduled by then.