With no steer or heifer to break and no hogs over winter these pens were ignored. The manure solidified to the cement and mats. We beat the shovels to get what we could chisel up. Lots of wheelbarrow loads of hard crusty flakes.
Tomorrow R is driving to Ohio to an auction to buy pigs for her and her sis. LN will be at fashion revue all afternoon and evening. The day will begin with fashion and end with pigs.
This required a clean out, new shavings, and rearranging pens.
With no steers we are going to add seperate hog pens in the steer area which has concrete which hogs can't destroy as quickly. The headgate needed moved which meant mats had to come up which meant water trough needed unhooked which meant.... on and on and on.
Feed pans needed lowered. She is handy with pliers and wrenches.
Music played so she was mostly cheerful.
I got my 10,000 plus steps in so I was mostly cheerful too.
What a life!