Friday, July 17, 2015

Pasture Happenings in July



We have had a lot of rain this year, which makes hay season a challenge, but it has made for plenty of pasture.

The lambs are growing like weeds. If you read my Simple Life post, then you know that the lambs decided they didn't like the idea of being weaned so made a jail break. We did go through the trouble of separating them again, but this time I let some of the ewe lambs that we are keeping stay on pasture. It had been over a week of separation so a lot of the ewes finished the weaning process themselves.




We have a couple of die hard moms who are still letting their lambs nurse.

The ewes are in great shape right now, if that changes, I will need to separate the trouble makers.






Speaking of troublemakers....







All of the credit for these photos go to our resident photographer, Delaney. She always provides me with wonderful pictures to share.

I hope everyone is having a wonderful summer!

Enjoy your weekend!



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    1. Me too!! Romney sheep are the cutest :)

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  2. Such pretty sheep! Beautiful farm Sandra!

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  3. Love the photos. We have zero happening in our pasture now. I very much enjoy seeing it in your pasture.

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  4. I am so jealous of big pastures. We'll be moving in a year or so from now to our place over the mountains where we have acres of pasture AND hay fields. Sheep and goats on pasture just seem so much healthier and happier. Your sheep are beautiful.

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    1. Thank you!
      Good luck with your move. I am grateful we have the room to let the sheep graze.

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    1. thank you for visiting and commenting :)

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