Mother Nature's Rotovators
by The Strum - 10:34 on 16 June 2010
There's been a sudden drop off in egg production over the last couple of days.
I'm very suspicious of a herring gull that's been loitering in the vicinity of the hen-house.
Basically, I think that he (or she) is a thief.
I wonder if one of those high-speed lead injections would sort the problem?
Aye, they say stress is a terrible thing.
A friend was recently telling me that he only realised how stressed he'd been at work once he'd changed his career.
'At long last the eyebrows are starting to grow back. I was that stressed I was pulling them out!'
I tried reassuring him that it wasn't unusual to pluck the odd piece of facial hair when under duress.
' Aye, but they were my colleagues eyebrows, not mine,' he said.
MOTHER NATURE’S ROTOVATORS
The pigs aren’t wasting any time turning over the ground in their new enclosure.
Long may it continue.
When they’re about to be fed the only tell-tale sign of their exact whereabouts is the movement of bracken as they head straight for the feeding trough.
All we need is the theme music from Jaws!
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