Yesterday, we completed our fall work with the ewes - we trimmed feet on the last set of ewes (about 75 of them) and put them through the footbath. We then moved them onto new feed. There's nothing more satisfying to me than seeing sheep grazing contentedly!
We're due for heavy rain over the next several days. Now that our fall animal husbandry activities are competed, we can concentrate on keeping the sheep moving to fresh feed. In a month or so, we'll bring them in for their annual vaccinations. In about 2 months, our new crop of lambs will begin to arrive. Seems like we just turned the rams in!