I've been trying to get down to Julian Budde's place all summer to get the ewe lamb that I had reserved and Saturday, I finally made it there. As I predicted, I had a wonderful time visiting with Juliann and looking at all her wonderful sheep. She's really got a nice herd of sheep and I think she should be very proud of all her hard work. A big thanks to my hubby for always dragging my butt around to pick up all the sheep I decided I can't live without and then standing around patiently while I gab endlessly about Shetlands.
So, without further delay, let me introduce Lil'Country Meadow and Lil' Country Bailey,
|Lil' Country Bailey 2010 Fawn Katmoget Ewe |
|Bailey's butt on the left and Meadow's on the right|
|Front shot of Meadow|
|Lil' Country Meadow|
Thank you Juliann for allowing me the opportunity to add these two great sheep to my flock. I know I only drove to get one, but that's a long way for ONE SHEEP!
Kelly I had so much fun visiting with you and catching up sheep Saturday. Thanks for giving my girls a great home where I know they'll be appreciated! So Bailey's it is? I'll get those papers ordered up for you. :) Can't wait to see Meadow babies next spring!!ReplyDelete
I had a great time too. Bailey and Meadow were eating grain from my hand tonight and I was thrilled they took such a big step in such a short period of time. Who knows, maybe you will end up with a Meadow baby again. lolReplyDelete
Very happy to see Meadow went to a polled breeding home instead of being used for crossbreeding. They both look like they are settling in nicely and you have a wonderful ewe flock to work with now. Bet you'll enjoy setting up your breeding groups.ReplyDelete
I'm going to put both of them with Bug! Can't wait to see what I get from the pairings.ReplyDelete