I went out today and replanted the back barn lot next to the creek. I replanted with dry land pasture grass mix. The painful part was I had to plant and rake it all in by hand. I only had a long sleeve shirt and a hat on and was sweating like a wrestler trying to make weight. I am hoping the grass takes off soon.
I looked at the roof and could not see any overlap issues. I think it is a leak from old holes that I tried to fill with screws and didn't get a good seal. Looking like a silicon party is in order early summer. We had another lamb today. The solid white ewe finally had a baby. This is good for her because she was going to get culled otherwise. The baby girl is a dappled grey color, very different than our usual babies. The mother is very flighty and when I grabbed the baby to use as a lure to get the momma in the nursery pen she would not come. It didn't help that the lamb made no noise, none at all. I finally gave up, set the baby down called Zeke into the barn then waded into the sheep catching the momma. She did not want to be caught! I had to drag her into the nursery pen then snag the baby out of the herd. Of course this time I grabbed the lamb it started bawling immediately until I put it in the pen with momma.
Tonight when we fed we caught another very pregnant ewe and stuffed her into the nursery pen so the momma would not be alone. She had to be herded into the barn, just a little too flighty. So we actually shut the nursery pen door so she could not take the baby outside tonight.
My chickens are going gangbusters. I got 8 eggs from 18 chickens tonight. This is pretty good for winter. The water line has another leak by the pump. That sme leak has been repaired three times. We called a different company this time. So the tub and sinks are all full of water.