Thanksgiving 2015 was a “messy” one for much of the state of Kansas. Rain, turned sleet, turned ice.
Freezing rain, icy roads and cold animals that needed fed. Ranchers and farmers don’t get bad weather days. That’s when they’re needed the most. The animals rely on us to take care of them when Mother Nature gets ugly.
The weather kept unloading through the weekend. By Saturday, cabin fever had set in our house. I was going to lose my mind if the kids and I didn’t bust out.
We all bundled up and climbed in the feed truck to help Daddy feed the cows.
Some of us were still a little sour because it was too slick to be able to get out of the truck.
While we’re not normally feeding hay this early in the winter months, when the ice sets on like this the cows need the hay since they can’t feed on the ice covered grass. These girls eat a LOT of hay. This bale would be gone by morning.
Happy, happy girls.
Hopefully, storms like this are seldom this winter. But…. on the chance that we ARE blasted again, our girls will be well taken care of!!!
Peace, love and ICE cream!!!!