IceFire wrote:Cast Iron wrote:Heck, even my one neighbor could not understand why the livestock were not in the barn in the summer. They are where they are supposed to be; Out in the fields.
Apparently, your neighbor does NOT understand that barns are for sheltering animals in inclement/winter weather. In summer, they MUCH prefer being out where they can eat nice, fresh, GREEN stuff; roll in the grass; and enjoy the warmth of the sun. Being cooped up in a barn is like us being locked in a bathroom all day. Who wants that?
Even my Amish neighbors gave him a funny look when he made the comment.
Come spring, all the live stock look forward to getting back out in the fields. We actually hold a small party with friends to watch as the livestock run out and enjoy the fresh air, sun, and new green stuff to eat.
Statistics: Posted by Cast Iron — Sat Feb 04, 2017 3:06 pm