The calves are weaned. And it’s time for the cows to get back on their grazing rotation. We typically move the cows to fresh pasture every 3-7 days depending on the condition of the range and weather. They stayed a little longer than that through the weaning process, but are back to the business of rotational grazing.
Our hay feeder broke down while Mr. FFB was taking the hay of the meadows and putting it in the stack yard to be stored. He brought it to the shop and replaced the wheel bearings. That didn’t seem to fix the issue, so we ended up taking a couple days to pull and replace the wheel spindle.
It was a greasy job, but somebody had to do it. We worked together and got it done, and so far, our fix seems to be working. The shiny new spindle is holding up, which means the tire has stayed on. And that’s always good news, right?
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