Thursday, September 27, 2012
Okay the horses didn't get any response, let's see if a pony can get you motivated. There is another pony we know of, in need of a good home. I guess I am little 'too much' for my current rider so this pony would help get my rider ready for me. So now I need your help. Please take some of these sheep off our hooves (hands) so we can make room for one more pony and all the equines can get the attention they deserve around here!
Yes, I still am looking to reduce my flock, so make an offer:
Rammie Lambies (F2 Heights Orion's)
Saturday, September 1, 2012
Hey you out there...
Yes, you! See these little woolies behind me?
Here have a closer look:
Tess is serious! She is feeling left out.
Things do have to give a little more. The garden was a complete failure this year. It was dry hot and nothing was growing, we are on a well and were having well trouble so I didn't water it. Then rained for days straight, when it finally stopped the weeds had bolted and we lost control. I gave up. I didn't order chickens, we didn't get piglets. So this is it, the last breeding season for a while I think...
I only have two adult ewes I would be willing to part with as bred ewes or in a package with a ram this fall. Marshmello above, is not one of them, but may be available this spring. I plan to keep about dozen for a fiber flock and pasture management but her lambs are too nice for her to be a pasture pet. I want one more lambing from her and then she can have awesome lambs for someone else. Did you know she is the most viewed ewe in my flock according to me blog stats. I have four wethers for sale. Peanut, moorit, and Pearl, grey, are the ewes that I could let go since each have a daughter I am keeping. I also have a Saanen goat wether kid and yearling doe for sale. Whistle will not be bred this fall. I will keep Whistle and this year's doeling for now as our token goats.