I had Wally take these videos of Fern working goats on Sunday. As you can see, she really needs to work hard to keep them going and together. Goats are tricky creatures. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fq5QFvOtd9w&hl=en&fs=1] [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6habBjNyh9E&hl=en&fs=1]
Here’s Rose loving on one of the ewe lambs: Gel cooling off: Me after catching and worming sheep and goats: Me “wearing” a sheep: Whoa! I took this image this morning of a shooting star.
I love WordPress, I really do, but it pushes me technologically! I updated versions a while back. I did it right on Spellcast, I did it sloppily on Natural Rearing Notes. I was hacking around using NRN, but it got so that
This is what the grass looked like before I experimented with mob grazing: And this is what it looks like now: I know it’s a little hard to see the detail, but hopefully you’ll get the idea.
Hanna missed us. You should see the radar. It’s as if Highway 77 is a wall so tall the rain can’t pass over it. So, no rain at all. I would have liked to have seen some rain. It would cut down
There are a few television shows that I really enjoy and try to make time to catch them. One is Millennium, a series produced by Chris Carter (The X-Files), set during the years leading up to 2000 (the new millennium). It aired
There was a posting today on the Border Collie Boards about the problem a woman was having with her sheep eating her livestock guardian dog’s food. Apparently she was trying to give her sheep real grain, but they preferred the dog food.
This made me cry this morning. Thanks Sheryl. It made me realize how short my time is with my dogs and I need to spend more time just enjoying them for what they are and why they are with me. I need
I left work at about 5:20 and got down to the parking lot only to discover my car was gone! Prior to leaving, I noticed that I had not put my parking sticker on my rear view mirror for September so I knew pretty early
I took the dogs for a run on the ATV this AM. It was wonderfully cool — and dark! They had a ball. I stopped in the far-back field that had been hayed recently to scope it out to see if I