Preparation for the Livestock

January 2022

…Ready for the young steers to arrive any moment…!

We were able to prepare over 719 hay bales since the pasture introduction last May. They will be needed for the short introduction period and for rainy days.

The steers will go down this ramp to arrive in the area next to the pastue, where they will acclimatize the first ten days.

We can’t wait! πŸ™Œ

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