A six-pack of day old chicks heading out to the barn for their temporary home before they can be let loose to hang out in the yard.
The little rascals Tango and LBG hanging out with Lily
The sheeps long wool summer coats are starting to show, won’t be long till shearing time arrives.
Tango and LBG (Little Black Goat) are getting big! It will be hard to see these little rascals go.
Love the end of day sun at the top of the hill with a cool bev.
Our good ole boy Adrean. Excellent wool, fantastic disposition great body composition and one heck of a face.
Left to right: Joni’s beautiful white, spotted polled ewe lamb and Cocoas black, spotted and polled lamb ram. Their wool is becoming quite long and is amazingly soft. Shearing their quality wool this fall will be an exciting event.
The garden is ready for some spring growth. We’ve begun using our skirted lambs fleeces for mulch between the garden rows and our knees have never been so soft.
Happily grazing in our upper pasture Django is becoming a beautiful Fjord horse.
We picked up our new additions to the farm this past Sunday. They’re beautiful and settling in now and it won’t be long till the neighborhood is filled with their music.