'This is why you need two divide your cows into groups' - OPINION
By YourNews | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 19 views
We have managed to get our cows feeding sites 90% set up with the majority of the hay put in place. The sites have feed placed for 2 or 3 day moves to provide the cows, with a proper ration needed to keep them happy and healthy throughout the winter
The big group of cows have started into the bale grazing where they will be staying for some months. The 2’s group has been grazing the silage pile and have been quick learners to it
Both of our winter feeding sites have portable windbreaks, to protect cows from the cold winds throughout the winter. The windbreaks will be moved with the cows as they move down the paddocks, to keep the shelter close to where the feed is.
While the winter feeding routine is in full swing we are also getting the rest, of the bales picked and hauled to where they will be fed or kept for next year. Thankfully the snow has stayed away making it much easier to do
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