Getting Sheep Home was step 1. Step 2 is mending old jackets to put on these new beautiful animals! Must keep the fleeces clean! Hopefully I'll get the right sizes mended quickly and I can get them put on today. They also need their feet trimmed... It's kind of like us and our fingernails.
New Cormo gang from Mojave desert area moves to Butte Mountain Farm today. We're driving up Hwy 99 now!
Remember those dried persimmons from last fall? Just can't wait till this year's crop is ready!
Bone both from soy-free chickens simmering on the stove.
Lela is a troublemaker. This time she got stuck.
Honeymooners enjoy some playtime. Hopefully will have puppies in December! Blanco and Star, two LGDs. Thanks for the great picture, Hillary!
No, won't be digging the platform for the kitchen by hand. Rented piece of equipment to help out! Moving a little bit of the mountain to create a flat spot for the outdoor kitchen.
Hipcamp here we come! Work is beginning on the outdoor kitchen. We hope we'll have lots of visitors to enjoy the fabulous view overlooking the Farm.
Heavy discussion about potting soil!
One of the storage containers that will be magically transformed into the Sheep Barn. Getting it on to the farm and up to the Sheep Hill is not an easy task!