Friday, April 2, 2010
Winter's Last Gasp?
After retrieving meat from our processor in Dixon this morning, I spent the afternoon moving sheep and goats to a new paddock in Lincoln. This involves moving fence and animals. Thankfully, I had both of our border collies today. Mo and Taff were amazing - they moved all 140 ewes and 170 lambs very quickly. After we got the sheep settled in, we moved 20 does and 25+ goat kids as well. The dogs were pretty tired by the time we finished.
I'm so lucky to get to work outside - even on days like this!
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