We named her Emily J. The J is for Jake. Life goes on. When a fire takes a forest, not long after, new growth takes up the places destroyed, making the forest young again.
It has been just over a month since our horrible day on the farm and we still have not been able to use the milk from our surviving herd. The test hasn't even been run yet as of today. We sent it 3 weeks ago and they are just now ordering the needed supplies. Thank you Michigan State. So we've been pouring the milk on the grass and our fields are looking great.
We knew he wasn't a duck because of his build. he's almost the same size as our ducks, which are almost 5-months old, and Roo probably is only 4-weeks. He still has his down feathers. I’ve been told he won’t get his pin feathers until he’s grown to his full size, somewhere around 26 pounds. It makes me thing of a big baby waddling around the farm. Meredith’s baby.