I woke up and was out the door at 7am. The poultry wanted no part in going outside.
I fed the horses only to find their feet snowballed in ice. They were covered in ice sickles and heavy under ice coats. They were shivering and wet.
Poor Shelby with ice hanging from her ears and eyes. We used our warm
hands to remove the ice from her face.
A slow drive in 4 wheel drive with my truck to the feed store to get heat lamps and heat bulbs. My husband was able to wire them in the stalls. The highway was plowed and salted, but the snow keeps coming and building on the road.
Happy warm horses with dry feet and a warm stall.