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New Little Poddy

New Little Poddy

We just have the one poddy lamb at the moment and she’s a sweetie – greedily guzzles down her milk in no time at all. This is her at one day old – since the weather was fine she made do with a moving-house-box as a shelter. She has since graduated to...
RAIN RAIN RAIN!!!!!!!!!

RAIN RAIN RAIN!!!!!!!!!

As predicted, booking in our shearing for Monday has brought the much needed rain 🙂 We’re expecting to hit the 30mm mark overnight, which is fantastic. It’s been a long time since we’ve had this much rain, and we’re very happy to get some water...
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...
Lambs by the Fire

Lambs by the Fire

Lambing is a busy time of the year on the farm and there are always the inevitable losses.  For a couple of days we had drenching rain and a harsh cold wind, and a few of the newly born lambs never had a chance to dry out after being born.  Luckily not many, though....
New Life in the Paddocks

New Life in the Paddocks

It’s lovely to see lambs bouncing around the paddocks – some still very new and not so bouncy.  The weather has been so wonderful, but now the lambs are on the ground, of course, it has decided to be wet, windy and wild. ...