Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Sheep have been sheared


Finally sheep have been sheared ..... Brandy before .......


Brandy after ....... she looks so little, petite, and ready for summer sunbathing.  Wish I could shed pounds that easy for summer season.


The lambs are getting bigger, but look huge now that the ewes look so much smaller


And Daffodil just keeps getting cuter by the day


Pastures have already turned brown and dry, going to be a long hot summer ...
already  several days have been in the 90's +



14 comments:

  1. So size matters? Or is it the fleece that counts? (Hee-hee.)

    Oh, how different your fields would look if they ever got consistent, adequate rain, huh?

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  2. that's amazing to see the difference! bless you and the harsh summer that has already begun!

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  3. Oh Daffodil is just the sweetest!! Yes, if shearing is all it took to look less "fluffy" sign me up LOL! Wishing you plentiful rains!

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  4. I bet they're enjoying the weather more without the winter coats! How I wish I could send some of the cool, wet weather we've had your way. Hope you get some relief this summer. That Daffodil is just adorable!

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  5. Did you shear your Pygoras as well?? Just curious.

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  6. Brandy is Nekid!..What a difference! I am still loving Daffodil!

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  7. Wow, What a difference, I hear ya, that would be great if we could be sheared, :)......Daffodil is to cute, oh my....love her, Francine.

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  8. 90's already? Oy! If I had all those cute lambs running around, I'd have a hard time getting any work done. Too cute!

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  9. What a difference. They must feel lighter than feathers, LOL

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  10. Wow, I wish I could do that! LOL!!
    We have had some days in the 90s already too, not fun at all. :(

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  11. OMG! I want a sheep that looks like Brandy in the first pic!! So FLUFFY!!!!

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  12. What a difference! And that lamb is so cute.

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  13. Wow there is a big difference after they are shorn. Hard to imagine you have 90 degree temps. We've barely seen 70 here.

    Lambs are toooo darn cute.

    Felicia

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