In winter things become colder. Depending on where you live it may be a few degrees cooler during the day and cold at night. Or, you may get snow, freezing temperatures and negative wind chills. Where ever you may be when it does become winter, you do take some time and prepare for this season to come.
Farmers are always preparing for the next season. Be it bailing hay in the summer to feed to livestock in the winter or harvesting crops in the fall to feed in the spring and summer. There is always something to do and the work is there 365 days a year.
Livestock also prepare for winter. In the fall as the nights and days get colder, they start to grow more hair and have a heavier coat. This keeps them warm, protected and safe. When on last Friday we had a snow storm, I was able to be out in it and take pictures of the cattle in their nice warm Winter Coats.
Blessings to you,
Laurie – Country Link