how could anyone live in pennsylvania and not feed a farm animal. but it’s worth it. being around animals are a joy, especially domesticated ones that don’t desire to eat you for dinner. 5 years ago
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I raised chickens and sold eggs when I was in junior high and high school 6 years ago
I have lived on a farm my entire life, so I have fed many farm animals over the course of my life. This one time we had to bottle feed a lamb in our bathroom for six weeks because it was during winter (this was a very cold winter) and the lamb’s mom died so that’s why we took him in. I will always remember that. My sheep are my favorite animals to feel. They amuse me- especially the rams. 6 years ago
and tedious if your a teenager and its one of your chores.
I grew up on a ranch, so I’ve fed many many farm animals. Hay to cows and horses, grain to cows, feed pellets to horses and cows. I remember being about 5 and letting cows and horses eat pellets out of my hand, those big slimy lips and tongues and I was sure they were going to bite my fingers off. We fed hay to our yearlings in the corrals by our barn and we also fed hay off the back of our truck to the cows out in the winter pasture. We never had pigs so I may never have actually fed a pig. We often had orphan calves that we would feed milk with a big bottle twice a day. And I’ve fed chickens, probably the most entertaining farm animals to feed. We would toss out grain or little bits of suet that we’d run through a hamburger grinder and the chickens would run around the yard chasing each other and the bits of food! The chickens were also entertaining running around chasing bugs, but that doesn’t really count as feeding them. 7 years ago