Sunday, April 24, 2011

Grazin' in the Grass...

is a gas, baby can you dig it?

The grass has really jumped up lately, so now the animals are out grazing in the yard. I'm moving their temporary fence every other day or so. They really only get to graze in the yard while I'm home, since their fence is so...temporary. :-)

Here is the little ewe lamb of Darla's. She is so sweet. I've been giving her extra attention, making sure she's nursing and doing alright. She was slow to start, but she's doing well now.


And Darla loves her.


You can really see the size difference between the two lambs here.




Purl is looking a little scraggly. I need to shear them!


Purl looks at her naughty ram lambs as they graze outside the fence.


The fence doesn't keep them contained, but they don't go far.


They're getting to be quite handsome.

8 comments:

Kim said...

Aww you are so lucky. I would love to have a farm! there's nothing better that raising lambs, and various poultry :)

Jennifer said...

They are all so sweet & cute! Bet they're really enjoyin the grass :)

Kim said...

Are you going to keep the rams? Just wondering. Love that little black ewe! Happy Easter.

Becky said...

Oh my goodness... the face on that little ewe!! SOOOOO adorable! There IS quite a size difference.
Those naughty little lambs are getting so big! They're so cute even if they are good escape artists. :)

Mark said...

Unabashed cuteness and cuddliness... they're all looking great.. hope the little ewe can catch up with big sister. :-)

Joanne said...

I think Purl looks beautiful with all that wool! She's going to be uncomfortable soon, though.

Dad said...

Katie, they are all so cute. :-) Love you.

Susan said...

That photo of Darla and her baby melts my heart. I adore the rams.

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