Thoughts about sustainable agriculture and forestry from the Sierra Nevada foothills.
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Photos and videos from yesterday's shearing!
Derrick Adamache shearing a yearling ewe.
All of the lambs are put into a foot bath to help us control foot rot and scald.
Courtney sacking our wool.
Sorting the first sheep to be shorn the next morning - we keep them in the barn overnight to ensure that their fleeces are dry.
Lamb stew for dinner!
May 04, 2010
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