Anna was so cute feeding the calves the other day that I had to run back to the house to get my camera. Our calves are housed outdoors in huts. This works really well for calves because they prefer to be outdoors with plenty of ventilation, light, and cool air. They even do well in the winter, although we do put tarps up to shelter them better from the wind.
Anna spent about half an hour just moving grain buckets from one calf to the other. Some were heavier than others, which she found challenging. Sometimes she stacked three buckets together, and sometimes she distributed one to each calf.
Move it here...
Move it there...
Oops, this one needs a bucket, too!
She also enjoyed identifying the colors of the buckets.
She says, "Yay, Anna feedin' the calves!"
The calves were curious about what was going on.
Look how cute her butt is all muddy. She fell down a little incline. It had been raining for a couple of days off and on, so her new little pink boots were getting broken in well.