Not too sure if I’m interrupting lunch or the porcupine is interrupting the herd’s favorite pasture. Fortunately, this little creature is smart enough to stroll to the nearest thicket whenever the sheep get too close. Advertisements
Well, the Coquille Valley salmon habitat improvement project is finally starting up. This fall, the enhancement project and water control was completed just before the winter rains. Time will tell if the salmon fry take to the surrounding streams and tributaries. One thing for sure — they will soon head to the Coquille River and … Continue reading
I have been amiss in posting the last few months. It has been an around-the-clock operation running this ranch through the summer and fall. I did take a day off to photograph my neighbor’s wedding. What a marvelous venue and gathering of family and friends. Great planning Wayne….!!!
Nothing puts a bigger smile on my face than watching the animals tear into fresh pasture. This year, with the extra rain and organic fertilizers the ranch is still producing plenty of natural pasture for these hungry eaters…!!!
I spend at least 3 hours per early morning on coyote patrol just to make sure we don’t lose any new lambs. That task takes me away from tons of other chores that I need to complete. Fortunately, this cloudy morning, my 6 am start paid off — not with coyotes but with a prizewinning … Continue reading