Author Archive | Lyn

Vidar 1 – Lyn 1

I have debated on whether to post this story because I don’t want people to get the wrong impression about Icelandic Rams. I have decided to go ahead though because this incident is part of the reality of living on a farm and working around livestock. Near the end of October, we had all of […]

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Line of site…

Today I heard a couple of our lambs making quite a fuss in the pasture. When I looked out to see what was going on, I could see that a set of twins had become separated from their Mom. They were only a few feet away and they could see her but they were on […]

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The great escape!

Tonight some of the younger sheep were able to push the bottom of one of the hog panels away from the fence post just far enough to wiggle through.  Once the first ones showed the way, they all followed. (They are sheep after all!!)  They got into our new hay and in with the horses […]

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Summer is officially here!

This summer is starting out dry. We started irrigating about a month earlier than normal but the grass is still dryer than we’d like.  The sheep seem to be taking it all in stride though. The weather has messed everyone up…  we’ve been trying to get the sheep sheared for over a month but what […]

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