Another new addition
When me and the kids went to Tennessee to get him on Friday, he was NOT happy. The previous owner said he had not been in a car in years. He had to ride home tied in the back of the van, for over 2 hours.
On Saturday, he got to meet the other animals, and explore the farm on leash.
After 3 sad days on leash, we finally let him off. We have one pasture that is fenced completely with cattle guard (meaning he could not escape). We blocked the gates, and let him run. Since he did not try to "escape", we decided to let him roam free today.
He ran around the largest pasture (inside the fence) first thing, and did not try to leave. He then checked out all the other pastures, and laid down where we were working.
I hope Happy is happy after all=)