March 21st, Sunday, 10 am. Mike Anderson from WI will be here for the third year to shear the little flock of little sheep. "How many ya got?" "Twenty-four." "Okay, Sunday at 10 will be fine."
It'll be a two-hour flurry of hoof trimming, vax and wormer shots, fleeces gathered up, skirted and bagged, and we'll eat a little at lunchtime.
If you can come and plan to eat, you might bring a little something so we have enough!
Just wanted to get the word out. . .
And oh, my friend Lori in New Prague had her first shetland lamb yesterday, March 2nd. She bought two ewes from me and a ram--
but this baby came from the natural breeding that agreed prior to that on my neighbors' farm. Remember I bought some sheep back from a neighbor last Oct/Nov and sought homes? Lori'd bought a bred ewe at a bargain! CUTE baby, she said.