Thursday, April 11, 2013

Fridays Fences #76

J is still feeding hay.  If the weather stays nice and the grass has a chance to grow it won't be long before he can quit. 
 The fence around the hay lot leaves a lot to be desired but it is functional.  Sissy is about the only thing that ever gets in there.
Looks like we make due with what we have.  Maybe this year it will get a better fix.
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13 comments:

Genie Robinson said...

We have lots of those functional fences out here in our part of the county. Everything is so expensive these days, the farmers are doing with what they have. I know you all will be glad when you do not need to be feeding hay....but then you will have to cut and bale it. You work never ends. genie

TexWisGirl said...

fence repairs are constant! the fenceline i share with our neighbor has some of those 'prop' posts. :)

edenhills said...

I tell you, the goats and I are ready for them to go out to pasture. With this week's rain, I'm hoping it will be soon!

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

beautiful views. tractor. ( :

Carletta said...

Making due with what you have is cost effective and what works, works!
It's finally gotten warm here this week. It didn't look like spring was coming and now it's like summer and as fast as the blooms came out they fell.
Hope your grass greens soon. I bet the cows will enjoy the new shoots too.

Tricia Hays said...

lots of fences to fix on a farm, my parents are constantly repairing theirs.

s.c said...

A fixed fence gives a lot more character and atmosphere to a fence then a new one in normal circumstances. I like yours.

RamblingRound said...

Hey, there will ALWAYS be a fence that needs to be fixed!

Tanya Breese said...

nothing wrong with using what's on hand!

Liz Needle said...

Looks a lot like the fences we have on our 10 acres - not pretty, but they work.

Jan n Jer said...

always work to do when it comes to fences and animals. Good for you on being resourceful.

Jeanne said...

They have a story to tell, dont they?

Anne (cornucopia) said...

Great fence! I like the tractor too.

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