My camera does not show the true colors. It is beautiful out here in the woods. When the wind picks up the leaves fall like rain.
Pitty Pat at the scratching tree.
A dead tree we had topped a couple of years ago so it would not fall on the out buildings, turned into the goats and sheep favorite place to scratch.
The Shetlands going out to browse.
Orange and yellow leaves overhead.
Sheared Angora does, Bella and AuroraWhy fences don't last in the buck pens.
Might be a tad bit hard to see, though I am actually glad I was able to catch him doing this. Evidence as to why cattle panels need to replace all our field fence on interior pens. They don't seem to fight the exterior field fence at all, just up close to the house, shelters or where ever they can see us.
That's Jacob's Chance (white Angora herdsire) his horns are hooked through the fence. He is sharpening his horns on and with the fence. Once finished he will get a bit rowdy and start swinging his head back and forth as if he is mad at the fence or doesn't remember how to pull his head free. Our first Boer buck Jethro also destroyed fence in the same manner.