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We put the camera on Ewestace last night while Gus was working the sheep, she was such a good little sheep. She stood very still while I put the camera on her and didn’t seem to mind it at all. All the other sheep were very interested in Ewestace’s new accessories and here is that video. Stay tuned for videos from Ewestace of Gus working!
It was pouring rain his morning so Gus and I had to share the shelter with Purdy because I didn’t want to get wet. They both did really well sharing and leaving each other alone!
Gus and I have finally come to an understanding that I am actually in charge when we work in the field with sheep. He has been going every morning with me to do morning chores which is very helpful since Purl and Ewestace tend to be very pushy. I am so thankful to have a dog that can help me with chores and make my life easier I truly don’t know what I would do without him. Be sure to…
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When I came down to feed this evening (I was a little late) all the sheep and Purdy were waiting at the gate for me. They were very concerned they were in fact going to starve this evening!
We trimmed hooves this morning on everyone and surprise surprise Purl and Ewestace were the only well behaved ones. Purdy wasn’t a fan at all of having her feet done and really wasn’t a fan of her sheep being locked up and tortured. In the end I’m thankful Jeff was here to help me today!
It’s hasn’t substantially rained here for some time meaning that all the vegetation is looking quite sad. The grass isn’t as nutritious as it would normally be if we had more rain meaning we are already feeding hay and grain to the sheep. I am very grateful that the well people are here today beginning to drill our new well which will hopefully be able to fill more than 25 of water in the water troughs at a time!