Sunday, June 29, 2014

Pasture Happenings




 I feel like I have been MIA. Life has been busy!

When we get the chance to go out and take pictures and I can't believe how much bigger the lambs are!








The Jerseys have  been a little naughty this week. I caught them chasing some of the sheep. I think the sheep got startled and took off running and these guys decided to take off after them. When the sheep stopped,  they stopped-looked around and walked away. If it becomes a problem, they will need to be separated. NO Chasing Sheep Allowed!


 
My favorite photo of the week- "Can she see me? I don't think she can see me!"





My favorite Ram Lamb-looks like Emmet!

 
 
You can't always get a photo of the goats, they never sit still long enough. One of our Ober-Toggs.

We are going to have to get out there and mow some of the pasture, it has been a good year for grass, and the sheep can't keep up. There is also some Thistle out there, that needs taken care of-it is a known enemy to wool.  Nasty Stuff!


The weather has been a little humid and sticky, but after this past winter, I said I would not complain about the warmer weather, and I am going to keep my word.


Enjoy your week!


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9 comments:

  1. We have thistle here too. Even without the wool worries, it is a nuisance weed!

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  2. Glad I am not the only one that has been MIA. I can never get enough of looking at your photos.

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    1. Michaele,
      Thank you!
      I don't know why it has been so hard to find time to blog these days...

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  3. I love the pictures of the animals. And I bet the goats are difficult to photograph they are such crazy animals.

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    1. Thanks you Heidi!
      Thanks for stopping by the farm!

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  4. Just found your blog from the Chain link up! Excited to be following along via google+ :)

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  5. Amazing pictures! Thank you for networking with us on the CLIMB!
    Angie
    godsgrowinggarden.com

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