Yeah, we bought him a shot. This was the night we saw Dolly Shine for the first time, I thought we were being kidnapped at one point, and Ali asked us what dirt was.
The Wormy Dog was a good time.
The Bos Lady
|My latest! Be jealous. #WishingWell|
|This is a great example of 1. The cow is not ill or stressed and has not had a change of condition, feed, water, or other change. From this pile, we can tell that her diet is VERY high in protein. Supplementation is not needed. If it is summer time, high protein and energy is probably not your problem (if it is, thats a good problem to have!). Watered down and runny manure piles could indicate high water intake due to heat stress. Also, if you're on a wheat pasture, you're going to have painted butts. Wheat has a very high water content, its only about 20% dry matter. So, if the cow needs 20 lbs of dry matter a day, she would have to eat 100 lbs of feed a day to meet her nutrient requirements. WOW! And she's going to drink about 8-10 gallons of water a day? That's 180 lbs of feed and water per day. A rumen of an adult cow can hold between 30-60 gallons of feed.|
|This pile is a perfect 2. The protein and fiber ratio is balanced and there should be no need for supplementation.|
|A) Score this pile.|
|B) Score this pile.|
|C) Score this pile.|
|The ring is ready!|
|Breakfast for these pretty ladies.|
|I'm known for sneaking out to talk to the calves...|
|Hey there, cutie!|
|The bestie, Miss Kaycie, doing her thang.|
|Of course Clay came to touch up Kaycie's work.|
|Everyone is ready!|