I had planned on sowing some wheat, rye or triticale for some winter grazing for the doe herd, but I never found time to do that. Now it is wet and getting a little late, so I think that I will wait and drill some oats in late Jan. The doe herd is eating alfalfa that I still had from last year. Think what that stuff would have been worth if offered for sale this year. There have been several questions concerning my purchase on monday night–One–No, I was not drinking. Two–Yes, the Dragon Lady was aware of what I was doing. She actually encouraged me to buy her, so that she doesn’t have to listen to me if I didn’t get her bought. 3–No, Duke is not going to show does this year. Four–No, I don’t know what I am going to breed her to. Those of you that know me, know that I don’t plan that far in advance. I am more of an impulse shopper. If I like something or need something and I can afford, buy it. I think it will be a good investment. It wasn’t like I went out and bought a bunch of cheap gilts so that I could raise pigs. If it doesn’t work, oh well. I will wish it would have.