Back on Donna’s Farm
I haven’t done a post on Donna’s farm in a while and it does continually change. She has added some new animals and it is always a trip to go up there. She has recently added some turkeys and they are sitting on eggs. There are two males and two females in the pen right now. She is working on splitting off the goat pen so that the turkeys can have a big yard to run in.
This is Black Sabbath. Donna is an old rock and roller, can you tell? lol
I forgot this one’s name. You have to have an excellent memory to remember everyone’s name up there. Between the dogs, the cats, the goats, the pig and the turkeys, it’s difficult to keep up with who is who! This one has some beautiful coloring though when the sun hit’s him just right.
This is one of the females. You have to excuse the poop. They won’t let her in there to clean the cage right now because they are sitting on eggs. You can see them inside the uh “dog” house. lol
A couple of the goats sitting around wondering why in the world I was taking pictures of the stupid turkeys over there instead of them. Dumb people.
Punkin says, “See I’m much more photogenic!”
Then of course there is Charlie Mae. Being the “hussie” she is, she is of course pregnant again.
This one is pregnant too. She came over to make sure I didn’t miss taking her picture.
This is Cindy. She moved to the farm a few months ago. It is difficult to get her to come out for photos but she graced me with her presence this particular day. Donna rescues animals as you know and this pig had been over fed and was about to die from all the weight she was carrying. I know you say, she’s a pig, she’s supposed to be fat. But when Donna first got her she could barely walk because her stomach dragged the ground and was causing sores on her. Donna has spent a great deal of time with her and she coaxes her out of her uh “dog” house, and gets her to follow her around the yard to get some exercise. She has actually lost weight now and is getting around pretty good.
This is Edie and Poo Tuck. They slide through the fence in the goat pen and chase the goats around. It’s very comical. I guess they don’t realize that size does matter. lol
This is Leena. She just sits back and takes it all in and keeps an eye on the smaller dogs.
This is Sir Rufus. He likes to watch the turkeys. I think he’s secretly hoping one of them escapes one day.
And this is a picture of Donna that she would kill me if she knew I used. But I wanted you to see how big Clementine is. He is a Great Pyrenees that you saw as a puppy last year. He is actually very long haired but Donna shaves him in the summer. He has a wonderful personality and is the protector of the goats. He loves his momma, can you tell?
Well, you can say you’ve been to a farm this week. I haven’t done a fun post in a while and so I hope you enjoy this as much as I did.