Lamb rodeo, honeybees gathering water, and swallows learning to fly

As lambs get older, they like to run around in packs. We call it lamb rodeo time.

Did you know that honeybees gather water to take back to the hive? What do they do with the water, drink it? In fact, bees do not drink water, but rather take it back to the hive for cooling.

While the lambs are learning to run in packs, the young barn swallows in the barn are learning to fly. Barn swallows are long-distance flyers, traveling from our barn in Iowa all the way to South America and back annually.

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