Animals moving (themselves) around

We gave the horses a bit of new grass by setting up a new bit of electric fence, pushing the alpacas back. If was quite clear that a bit of electric fence would not really impress them. Our boys were the first that ducked underneath and went through, straight in front of me – naughty little paccas.

Two alpacas in front of the fence, the others still behind the fence
Boys have gone through

Rusty was the first that noticed the bit of new grass and came running and snorting at the alpacas and Abigail Moo (who was still on the other side of the fence – probably will stay there).

Think, and go!

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