Anatolian Shepherds & Life on the Farm
Our weather here in Newberg, Oregon, is a bit unusual. The snow and icy conditions have been going on for a week now. Clearing ice off the eight water troughs three times a day and carrying bucketfuls of water from the house once a day to refill them is becoming a routine. The hotwire has disappeared in most places under the snow piled on the top fence railings (far right in picture above). The Anatolians and goats seem to enjoy the weather, although the very pregnant, fat does are quite a sight trying to get uphill, and they do skate a bit on the ice around the water troughs!