Stud Rams

Stud Rams

We fenced off some of our front yard to try and reduce the (many) hours of mowing we were faced with every couple of weeks, and now we are able to have the stud rams in our little front paddock for some of the time.  They’re great lawn mowers and...
Bottoms Up

Bottoms Up

The bugs are always tastier on the other side of the fence.  These are some of the prettier gold laced, blue laced gold, and splash wyandottes remaining after we took some to the local poultry auction.  Beautiful chooks.  We have birds from this pen and some younger...
Enthusiasm

Enthusiasm

It’s nice to be enthusiastic about something.  For this little poddy lamb, the main passion in his life at the moment is a bottle of warm milk.  His tail was wiggling so much the camera couldn’t focus on it. And, yes, with the camera angle he looks as if...
Enjoying the Life

Enjoying the Life

Spring has sprung and the weather today is gorgeous – sunny, warm, a light breeze and very inspiring to open up the windows in the house, get outside and enjoy the day. The chooks agree.
The Mega Egg

The Mega Egg

We get an occasional double yolker from our isa browns hens; I’m presuming it is the same hen that lays these.  They’ve been dubbed the “Mega Egg” as they are massive compared to the slight size of the hen that lays it.  Here is a photo of the...
First in Line

First in Line

I was adopted.  By a lamb.  As I drove up the driveway. There were no other sheep in sight and one little lamb, presumably a twin or triplet due to its size, was desperately trying to get through the fence to come to me as I drove past.  I got out of the car and...