It's Baby Bunny time out in the barn. Three of the rabbits have had their babies. This picture shows a litter of 11. They are just three days old. The other two litters haven't been uncovered yet. They need to stay buried in the loose rabbit fur their Moms provided for them to nest in for a few days.
This is John Deere, the lucky Buck. Look at those huge feet!
Outside we have the young laying hens in their chicken tractors. They get moved to fresh pasture every day. There will be 6 of these, each housing 75 chickens.
These are the Freedom Rangers. They will be moved to a tractor in a couple of weeks. They gain weight so fast, they are ready to be butchered in 8-10 weeks.
Here is Little Bit, missing her friend Mama Nanny. Mama was in poor health when she was rescued, and quite old. She died on Monday. Anyone have a free goat? Little Bit needs companionship.
As I left the barn, I was startled to see this pheasant! I have NEVER seen a pheasant on this land, so this was a real thrill.
And, to switch topics, I am making a quilt for my niece who is getting married in Hawaii the end of May. I will be "obligated" to attend the wedding, hahahaha. Below are the flannels I am going to use to make their wedding gift. No, it will not be done by the wedding date.