Thursday, July 24, 2014

Wild Rose Farm At Dusk

Wild Rose Farm Ewes Grazing At Sunset
We were out and about as the sun was going down today - we went to the Back 40 to deliver sweet corn husks to Glenda.  The sheep nose around & nibble the husks, but the donkey relishes them, so she gets the husks!   The llama was off to the far right in the of the picture above ...
A Regal Look From Snow White!
I like to give her a couple of treats when she's out on pasture just to keep her coming when we call her.  Looks like I've got her attention here!  :)  Treats coming?
Then back up to the barn. Rambouillet ewe #410 is in the pen behind the barn with her twins ... I'm thinking maybe I'll keep her ewe lamb for the flock ... it's 50/50 Rambouillet/Dorset.  We'll see.  Right now we have lambs for sale as breeding stock, so we'll see which lambs get picked out to go to new homes.
Wild Rose Farm Rambouillet #410 & Her Twins
Finally, a last look around inside the barn for the evening.  Hay, check.  Water, check.  Minerals, check.  Here are 2 of the ewe lambs that Mike picked out hanging around together ... they must know that they'll be going to a new farm soon!  :)
Wild Rose Farm X-bred Ewe Lambs - SOLD Today! 

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