Sunday, October 14, 2007


These are some of our 2007 lambs enjoying a meal. From the height of the divots in this bale, you can tell that the alpacas and llamas have been the first to access this bale. This 4 acre treed paddock has been divided into 2 sections - one side for the camelids and one for the Shetland sheep. They will spend the winter in this area as our fields are finished now for the year. We feed hay 9 months of the year.

1 comment:

Keith said...

What happens after the sheep have eaten as far into the hay stack as they can? Does Dennis have to jump up and down on top of it to squash the stack down? That would be a sight to see.