On a farm just up the hill a few miles from the Missouri River has at least a couple of cows who know what to do to stay warm. They huddle down and eat. That’s how farmers keep their livestock warm, they feed them. It takes a lot of hay and a lot of summer time work to prepare for winter if you’re a farmer or rancher with livestock.
Farm animals take a lot of feeding in the winter, and these two horses are no exception. Like the cows down the road, they stay warm by eating…and they don’t wander far from the hay pile the rancher leaves for them. When spring comes, I don’t think they’ll be as close to the hay pile, and might be harder to find to get photos.