There isn’t much traffic on our road–only a few vehicles a day.
But lately I’ve noticed that those few vehicles tend to slow down when they pass by. They’re slowing down to have a look at the curious sight in our pasture.
Deer usually stay hidden during the day and come out to forage for food at night. Goats do the opposite–eating during the day and bedding down in a safe place at night.
But this deer has now taken up with the goats and has adopted their schedule. So if you drive by our farm these days you’re likely to see a deer grazing in the pasture with our goats.
You don’t see that everyday. It’s worth slowing down to have a closer look.