|Betty Lou, BFL/Corriedale cross ewe, she was born in March of 2009. She has a very nice coat. She also was a fast grower with a square body.|
|Liam, a new BFL ram lamb that we purchased from Jennifer Fitzwater at Cameron Mo.|
He is out of a Beechtree ewe and a Bitterroot ram. His papers are very interesting. I find myself calling him Limey. He is warming up to me. I love his wool.
|This is Daisy's ewe lamb. Her sire is White Knight. She loves to have her head scratched.|
|Limey's wool, very fine.|
|Birdie, a daughter of Oxford ewe, Bonnie and White Knight. Gerty and Birdie are big twin girls with lovely wool. Gerty's wool is white and Birdie has a brownish cast. Gerty is a pet and Birdie is not but she sings like a bird all of the time.|
|Tell the girls that it is supper time and they start coming from every hill and valley on the Spinning C.|
|Teddy is the most laid back sheep on the place. I blogged about him and you can read about Ted in my older blogs. I love his wool. New fences have kept Teddy contained and the wool has stayed nicer so far...but it isn't shearing time yet!|
|Lady and Sadie on duty.|
|Limey, he thinks he is a ram but still needs a few more months.|
|This ewe is so sweet, she has wonderful wool and she is Cuddles....|
I can't help myself, I think about sheep all the time....when I am not thinking about sheep, I am thinking about their fiber.