The munchers are happy again after I moved them over into the other paddock – the one with more grass. Seemed to be appropriate for them for Christmas. They did pretty much finish off the grass in their old paddock and started to eat the dry carrot grass – a sign that they were not picky any more.

Yesterday we topped the top paddock and hope that it will be growing back again after some rain that is forecasted for Tuesday.

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