Fodder Folly

Fabulous root growth!

Fabulous root growth! The animals eat everything- root, grass and all.

Biscuits

I cut the mat into “biscuits” with a serrated bread knife.¬†

Cutting fodder (root side up)

 This is a perfect example of what happens when you disturb the rooting barley grains after about day 4 (I spayed this tub too hard with the nozzle).

Fodder "biscuits". I find I need to cut them up into mouthful size bites ahead of time otherwise they waste alot trying to "tear" them apart by flinging them around. I do this work ahead of time to save fodder from being dumped in the dirt and left to rot.

Fodder “biscuits”. I find I need to cut or tear them up into mouthful size bites for the goats ahead of time otherwise they waste a lot trying to “tear” them apart by flinging them around. I do this work ahead of time to save fodder from being dumped in the dirt for the chickens.

Mags loves her fodder

Mags loves her fodder

Ada LOVES her fodder!

Ada loves her fodder.

Mea loves her fodder!

Mea loves her fodder!

I have to stand where the does can't get to me otherwise I am attacked!!!

I have to stand where the does can’t get to me otherwise I am attacked!!!

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