5 comments on “Shearing – part 2 of 3

  1. You didn’t give them a heat lamp ? I’ll trade you a heat lamp for your lush pastures…and I bet your sheep will opt to stay with the pastures any time, any day ! What a funny post…I’ll be on the look out for some naked spotted sheep heading this way!

    Really though, we can be having the mildest winter and the night after shearing seems to take a surprising drop in the temperatures….my daughter-in-law waited for spring and warmer temps to shear her sheep and wouldn’t you know,the temps dropped there too. I am having my sheep sheared the end of next month. And just maybe my sheep will begin lambing then too, like yours!

  2. Yea, that’s Murphys Law alright. Bed that barn deep and keep the draft out and they will be fine. I will make sure and avoid Interstate 5. That was a very cute story. Kathy, your’re going to have to buy more hay for all those sheep… 🙂

  3. If they make it as far North as Portland, I’ll grab them–I’m sure they’ll enjoy the 1/1000th of an acre of land in our backyard (and three Cardis barking at them all day)!

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