Here are our two baby lop ear bunnies...Jelly Bean and Mitzy! Very affectionate and love to hop about on the lawn and snuggle up.
The decision was made to move them into the fox proof paddock and never ever lock them up in the pen and let them free range. It has been a great decision and we love watching exhibit their natural behaviours in all that space.
Oh sorry , I thought you said , 'goat house' .... I am so embarrassed...what was I thinking. The small chicken size door way should have been a dead giveaway
Animals do talk to you in their own way sometimes....which is why David put a little house for the goats over in the corner.
Yes , Stewart...it is your very own goat house.
Lots of happy chickens and lots and lots of eggs!! Eventually we will get another chicken tractor for the garden but if we do I think we will go along the lines of a dome like in Linda Woodrow's book. I think she is right in thinking that the circular shape allows more space and less corners for chickens to be cornered in . There is something so right in allowing animals to be as natural as possible.
I have a plan about what I will do with this...you will find out in a future post.
All in all , a busy few weeks. great to have time to be outside and enjoy the garden and the farm .Now I have caught up with all my news , I had better get cracking making comments on blogs ...I have been reading some great posts and its time to touch base with everyone.