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Easy Does It, Eagle Eye It's autumn again, which means that everyone is thinking about next spring. We sheep farmers always get ahead of ourselves like that.At the end of August, Dad and I attended a Texel ram show and sale and managed to pick up a pair of handsome shearling boys. A couple of days later I drove over to visit them on the quad with a bucket of nuts for bribery. The first to come over was, funnily enough,
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First Three Gone There is just the one question on the lips of every farmer I come across these days: "Have you any lambs away yet?" I don't know what sort of miracle grow these people are feeding their sheep, but our March and April born lambs are only just now approaching market weight. I've been asked this question all summer. Every time I have replied, "No, none yet." Cue the shocked response, "Really?"My
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A Little Steps I don't really have much commentary for these photos, apart from that I was listening to Steps as I was taking them. So I suppose if you ever wondered what sheep looked like while listening to Steps, today's your lucky day!Eunice and a blurry Wendy.Rosie.Enid. She did like Steps, actually. I sat down and stroked her for twenty minutes and no one bothered us. She loved the attention.Rosie looking
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