A yarn following sheep, lambs, wool, and natural dyeing ....
Monday, April 10, 2017
Grazing & Waiting!
Putting Up Net Fencing Before Grazing
We're getting ready to start some light grazing at Wild Rose Farm. We usually wait until mid-April when the grass starts jumping to begin grazing. The electric net fence is up to guide the ewes up to the top pasture on the other side of the Loafing Shed. We'll graze this area first before bringing them to the pasture around the barn for lambing season ...
Meanwhile, here's a look at the 2-ply yarn that we were waiting for at The Mill At Meadowlands.
Rambouillet 2-Ply Bulky Yarn!
This batch is moving on to the skeining process ... Yay!