Living Life Larger…..

Living Life Larger…..

All it takes to raise a new lamb is plenty of milk replacer, 4 feedings a day and their natural spirit to grow fast. All the baby lambs on the ranch are doubling and tripling their weight right now. There should be some 40 pounders by the end of next week…. Advertisements

Stepping Off the Farm……!!

Stepping Off the Farm……!!

This has been my busiest year ever on the ranch, with sheep and the organic produce gardens — yet I couldn’t resist the invitation to grab the Nikons and shoot the perfect family maternity image. Baby June should arrive within the next few weeks and what an amazing family she will come to know. Best … Continue reading

First Time in the Pasture…!!

First Time in the Pasture…!!

Lambie’s first day in the pasture went very well. She socialized with the herd and started to eat grass for the first time. This little bummer is one of two from this lambing season. With about 33 other lambs, this baby ewe should make the perfect lead sheep because of her ability to recognize simple … Continue reading

Bummer Lamb Season Begins…!

Bummer Lamb Season Begins…!

With 22 lambs on the ground, there is only one bummer so far. This cute little ewe lamb was left alone as his mother struggled delivering his twin brother. I found this little lamb wandering the pasture — not making a sound. This little lamb was so chilled she walked without making a distress sound. … Continue reading

Finally Some Sunny Days….!!!

Finally Some Sunny Days….!!!

This had to be the toughest winter I can remember in the last 20 years. The rain just did not stop. I spent more time working on water control than improving the pastures and garden bins. More spring images coming……

I Couldn’t Believe My Eyes…!!

I Couldn’t Believe My Eyes…!!

Snow on the Southern Oregon Coast is a rare occurrence, but snow in March is unheard of. This morning’s surprise has set back farming plans, but assures us of more than enough water through the summer months and beyond.