Not cold for many parts of the world, but days that never get above freezing in the Pacific Northwest don't happen often. Fortunately, the forecast shows at least warmer highs the rest of week. Which will at least get hoses thawed out so it is easier to keep water tanks full.
In the meantime, we're feeding extra hay to the cows in the afternoon and making sure ice is broken on the tanks so everyone has water. A few extra checks on the sheep that are close to lambing so we quickly get them to warm pens as soon as anything is born.
We actually enjoy these days of crisp, cold weather without any rain. The muddy ground is as solid as August summer....at least until it gets back to 35 degrees again....and I'd rather wear another layer of clothes than rain gear.
Lorin and I have been around agriculture our whole lives. We're happy to be part of the family farm.