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Date:11/27/2014 12:52:15 PM
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Well with Pig semen it comes in fresh, so you just need to plan ahead and the AI(ing)isn't that bad once you have the right rod for the sow.

Our three are on the side of the hill. But my mistake was putting chicken wire around the bottom of the cattle panel. It doesn't allow the water to flow like I thought it would. I guess the compact hay and green grass (when I have it) matted the chicken wire and it holds the muck/water in the pen. Just have to go down there with a hoe and make trenches to allow the water to flow. But know how you feel about the rain. It's all I can handle to go down there to feed up and fight getting the boots out of the muck. I sure wish those three would leave their bowls in the same place....but oh no we have to make sure someone goes into the pen each and every time. But Mr. G will push his pan to the fence so either P2 or I can just dump over the fence. Ruby LOVES it when you go into the pen. The 1st things she has to do is give you her butt and she wants you to scratch right infront of her tailhead. Once she got that scratch she's off to eat. Summergirl on the other hand doesn't want nothing to do with any scratches. She's always been like that "touchy". But she's gainning weight even though Ruby eats her share and then Summergirl's share if she isn't fast enough.

P2's heifer has popped off another brand new halter. I will have to go out in the field and try to find it when I get home. This is the 2nd one she has broken and I'm just going to the hardware store on Friday and fix it myself. At 35 a pop it's getting to expensive to replace.
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