Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Hide and Seek



Now that the weather has cooled, the breeding ewes spend most of their day in the hayfield, protected by temporary fencing.  They come running when they hear the gate being opened and proceed to parade into the field, providing weed control and, of course, fertilizer.



If the heat turns up in the afternoon, the ewes head back into the permanent fencing for some cool down in the shade... and maybe even a little game of hide and seek.

5 comments:

  1. Nice shots of the critters...they must be fun to watch!

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  2. so pretty! love the one in the shade with colors behind.

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  3. Wonderful places for your sheep!

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  4. I adore these photos of the sheep! They make me really wish I lived on a farm.

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