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Janet - Tue 7 Jul - 08:50

Hi! Yes, those are fly bags!

Lori - Mon 6 Jul - 16:32

If I remember grandfather put fly repellant in bags for the cattle, they would walk under it and a powder would land on them from head to tail...relief from flies for the cattle.

lovesanimals - Mon 6 Jul - 13:16

run for cover its raining.i notice some put there head in the feeder when it rains xD

lovesanimals - Mon 6 Jul - 13:14

growing up on the farm we would use the hanging bags for back scratchers or trade them and put feed out,the cattle or horses would eat or have a good rub down. ;)

poohtwo - Mon 6 Jul - 11:24

YES, Janet really must keep us informed about thing's. If we can't get a good view to be nosey then we need her to tell us. Ha Ha. Hugs :)

Kimmy - Mon 6 Jul - 10:40

Just saw them myself.. curious minds would like to know ... lol

poohtwo - Mon 6 Jul - 10:20

What's on those new post in the pasture by the gate. Can't make it out. Hugs

Kimmy - Sun 5 Jul - 15:28

Lot's of stiff legs going on today ... :O

poohtwo - Sat 4 Jul - 09:50

Happy 4th everyone. Janet isn't there some way to get the video cam to show more of the pasture like it use to. It was fun seeing them working in the field. Miss it. Hugs

Kimmy - Fri 3 Jul - 16:57

We are waiting ... all looking at the gate

Kimmy - Fri 3 Jul - 12:45

Nice and clean :)

Kimmy - Fri 3 Jul - 09:44

oops where did everybody go?? :S

poohtwo - Fri 3 Jul - 08:44

Thanks Lori, I finally found the video. Hope she gets a video of them with mom in the water. Have a wonderful and safe Holiday everyone. Hugs :p

Lori - Thu 2 Jul - 21:33

The video is of duckling getting helped from its shell on the Barnyard Buddies facebook page

poohtwo - Thu 2 Jul - 18:20

Janet, I've looked all over and can't find any video of the baby ducks. Please help. Hugs :p

Janet - Thu 2 Jul - 16:29

New video of ducklings: We will post more later! Thanks! xD

Kimmy - Thu 2 Jul - 11:37

Great Idea Poohtwo

poohtwo - Thu 2 Jul - 11:28

Janet, how about putting the video now on the pond where we can see those baby's. Or make a little video of them for us. That would be great. Hugs

Janet - Thu 2 Jul - 10:07

Mama duck has left the nest and taken the babies to the pond! All eggs will not necessarily hatch! Mama duck know what's best, what eggs are good or not good! Thanks for watching!

buffalobill - Thu 2 Jul - 09:29

It looks like the camera has slipped you can only see the top of the eggs.

Miss Patty - Thu 2 Jul - 08:51

WOW! 17 eggs. N :) ow i know why she was moving around so much. That's a lot of eggs to keep warm!

Janet - Wed 1 Jul - 21:57

She was sitting on 17 eggs! All babies should be hatched by tomorrow!

Lori - Wed 1 Jul - 18:36

I think there are 6 and maybe 1-2 more eggs ready to hatch. Getting pretty crowded in the nest, time for a road trip to the pond.

Kimmy - Wed 1 Jul - 16:29

mama duck is sideways

soreff - Wed 1 Jul - 15:26

I see baby ducks!! xD

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About this webcam...

Our webcam streams live video of the Barnyard Buddies Fainting Goat Herd 24/7 and has infrared night vision for fun-filled goat watching any time of day! The camera is mounted above the dam's goat pen, overlooking the eastern pasture at our hobby farm, located in Loveland, Colorado - The GJF Ranch.

Babies can be seen running, jumping and playing in spring during our main kidding season and again in summer. You will also see our horses out to pasture, our chickens scratching through the pen, a bit of wildlife and us, the caretakers!

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