Our hillside pastures have very little grass left for the cows to eat; we are in a very dry pattern. We've had no rain to speak of in several weeks, and there'll be no more hay to put up until the grass gets moisture to make it grow. Each day we're feeding some of the hay we've put up this season, making the supply dwindle down. The ponds are low, and the creeks have only pools of water here and there. Two loads of calves have been sold, and we may be forced to start selling cows if it stays dry. But, we'll make it; this is just a part of being a farmer. God will see us through.