|Lambing "jugs" - pens where ewes are allowed to bond with their lambs for|
a day or two..
|More lambing pens - inside this time.|
|Even the geese know that something's up during lambing!|
|The main sheep barn.|
|Mo and my shadow - looking for more sheep on the hill.|
|Look closely - you'll see a peafowl on the granary catwalk!|
|Ewes with single lambs - awaiting their ear tags.|
|Mo - "If I don't look at them, they don't exist."|
Bottle baby lambs are always curious!
|Bellying up to the lamb bar.|
|Heading out on the hill this morning.|
|Drifting pairs back toward the headquarters.|
|Some of the tools of my trade today - my notebook|
and a set of lamb hobbles.
|Ready to go back to mom!|
|The old horse barn - it use to take 28 horses to pull|
the combined wheat harvester. Imagine harnessing
(and un-harnessing) 28 horses everyday!
|Just thought this was a cool truck!|
|Inside the horse barn.|
|Ellen and Jill headed for a new pair (a ewe and her lamb).|
|Straw bales provide shelter from the wind and sun.|