Monthly Archives: November 2016
Cattle have their own ways of communicating – no great surprise in that I suppose! The problem for me is understanding what they are trying to communicate. Leaning against the Tenant Farmers Field northern gate on Monday morning, I watched the cattle grazing way down at the southern end of the field. Normally when I arrive, the cattle come running. They glanced my way a few times so they knew I was there, but the… Read More
The small drinking hole I dug for the cattle in Hoo Brook Pasture has now grown into a swimming pool. The difference a day can make on the marsh can be dramatic. With plenty of drinking water available it’s time to get the cattle in, but I’m waiting for contractors to install a new gate to connect this pasture with the new wildlife area first – hopefully, this will happen next week.