Montana weather is always changing and you never know what it is going to do. Yesterday morning I looked at the weather from the <a href="">NWS</a> and they said we were expected to get 17" of snow starting right away. I had planned on starting to feed the big bunch of cows hay this morning before I read this but decided with that big of storm coming along I should start feeding yesterday morning which I did.<br />n<!–more–><br />nThe cows were very happy to see the extra feed. When I came driving along with it they ran as fast as they could to get to it. Now looking at them they were in fine shape they just wanted better feed I guess. So now the everyday grind of feeding the cattle really commences. As much as I love what I am doing, the every day grind of feeding in the winter gets to me sometimes.<br />n<br />nI look out the window this morning and see we finally have at least some snow on the ground but not as much as the NWS was predicting. Now they have lowered there estimates to 12" of snow. I really wish they would make up there minds. I base my actions sometimes on there predictions and when there off it can really screw me up. I guess what forecasts I do get are better that those my Great Grandad got almost 100 years ago here so I best not bitch too loudly.<br />n<br />n<b>The weather is like the government, always in the wrong. <br />nJerome K. Jerome (1859&acirc;