Oh the joy! Guess who’s up one again! Uh huh…that’s right! REMI DOODLES! I’m going to write Chad’s fun experience as close to what he told it to me. I hope I don’t leave anything out. I was laughing as he put his torpedo story together for me.
Super Farmer’s words…
I had a 50lb bag of stratch grain over my shoulder and pulling a cooler spilling over with water behind me. When I got to the barn door, I couldn’t get in because that darn pig was standing in the entrance snorting and grunting at me! I dropped the grain and my mouth at the same time! I swear that pig smiled at me. She turned around, trotted under Dunkay and stood by her gate, proudly showing me her new escape hole. I momentarily forgot where I was because I put the grain down right in front of the horse, donkey and goat who pounced upon it trying to tear it open! So I grabbed the bag and played tug of war with the three starving animals as the pig ran in circles around us. I got the bag and tried to dump it in the bin when I heard a commotion behind me. The pig and the goat were pushing each other with their heads. Back and forth over Remi’s food bowl. I broke up the barn fight and proceeded to pour out the rest of the grain when I heard that pig squealing behind me! She tried to follow me over the short fence, got her legs stuck in the little metal squares, and teeter-tottered on the fence with her snout buried under the hay bale on the opposite side. She couldn’t back up or go forward. I had to pick her up which made her LOUD and angry. Her squealing, well like a stuck pig, made Lincoln our alpaca scream out his warning cry and the llama’s cower in the corner of their pen.
There’s more to the story, but I couldn’t hear it because I was laughing too hard!!!