Tag Archives: sheep
Here it is February 22 and it is practically balmy outside. It is 57° right now. (Normal high for today is 42°). Dave and I were out working on our new hugelkultur garden (pics are forthcoming for that). But in … Continue reading
Here are some Before and After pictures of my critters, or “Where are they Now”! It’s been three months and babies change a lot in that time. THE CHICKS Here are the day-old chicks from the incubator hatched in late … Continue reading
This morning I was presented with a small lamb, already dried off and nursing! Her name is Felicia and her mother is Ellie. Ellie was our bottle-baby from last year. She is very cute.
Wow, what an exhausting day! It was so beautiful though and really the first chance in the past month that was decent enough to get to the skirting.
It was a lovely mild morning today and my friend Lynn came for a visit. Lynn is a groomer by trade and she brought some of her helpful implements to do trims amongst the flock.
Sheep have got to be the most frequently mentioned animal in the Bible. They are spoken of literally and figuratively, along with lambs, wool and shepherds. I thought it would be fun, since I like both sheep and the Bible, … Continue reading
Evie and Ellie are this year’s ewe lambs, both born in April 2010. Evie is out of Brianna and Ellie is out of Aldy. Saxon is sire to both. Evie (closest to the camera) and Ellie are checking out the … Continue reading
Today I thought, “Hey, what a beautiful day, lets go wrassle some sheep!” Well actually, Dave didn’t have to work and it wasn’t pouring rain, so it was time to change some of the sheeps’ coats. Snowing and 21° just … Continue reading
(reposted from an article I wrote for Chickens on Camera) A sheep in the henhouse may evoke images akin to a bull in a china shop! No, you shouldn’t keep a sheep in the chicken coop. But what about the … Continue reading