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coyote

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I think the Jack rabbits had a tough winter this year. They had to be pretty good at hidding , because there was not much snow to blend into.

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This winter there was a lot of snowy owls around, this one ate too many rabbits and could not clear the fence.
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After the ice came off of a dam these salamanders washed up. I am sure going to miss that blood curdling scream from my wife when she finds then in the garage.
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Nice pictures but i have one question. Why ade you feeding those cows hay when they have grass up to their bellies. Just asking
 

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Why ade you feeding those cows hay when they have grass up to their bellies. Just asking


We just turned them into that pasture , we use it as a calving pasture. There wouldn't be much left by the time they are done calving if we didn't feed them hay.

The boys got a few lambs on the ground, how about "ewe" gcreekrch, you still got some sheep around there or did the wildlife enjoy them?
 

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We've got 35 or so to lamb this year. Ram escaped about 2 weeks before we were ready for him. Looks like he managed to get a couple bred in the hour or so he was loose. The rest start about Apr. 20.
 

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