We knew they were helping themselves to chicken feed, but we finally put our feet down and said enough!
Instead of setting the feeder on wood blocks as we normally have done, (to keep it out of the shavings), Rick hung it. Thinking it would be too high for the mice to sneak into.
Since we took away one food supply, the mice turned to chewing their way through plastic containers in which we keep/kept the wild bird seed (treats for the girls) . Sneaky little devils.
So we've switched to glass containers, but the feeder has to be repositioned... again. they can still get into it. I don't mind giving the mice a little handout, but not when I'm feeding the girls organic feed, plus some pricey higher protein feed. No.
And I know you've all be waiting anxiously for another donkey video.
Here you'll find Luigi attesting to the fact Equine Senior is lip-smacking good. This is after he snuck into the barn and confiscated some of Spice's portion. The others congregated around absolutely gob-smacking certain I had treats hidden in my phone.