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Another lamb!

Our second little lamb, Lily, arrived May 4. If you remember, that was the day of the wild wind storm in southern Ontario. Of course, Lily was born right in the midst of it. We checked on Poppy earlier in the day and there were no signs that she was ready to deliver. Paul let them out to pasture as usual. We were inside during the next few hours of wind and rain catching up on paperwork and housework, not concerned for the sheep since they have an outdoor shelter with lots of hay if they need it. Around 4 o'clock, Paul decided to check on the animals and I looked out and saw him running back to the house. A lamb had just been born in the midst of all that chaos and 125 km/h winds - a

Another lamb!

Our second little lamb, Lily, arrived May 4. If you remember, that was the day of the wild wind storm in southern Ontario. Of course, Lily was born right in the midst of it. We checked on Poppy earlier in the day and there were no signs that she was ready to deliver. Paul let them out to pasture as usual. We were inside during the next few hours of wind and rain catching up on paperwork and housework, not concerned for the sheep since they have an outdoor shelter with lots of hay if they need it. Around 4 o'clock, Paul decided to check on the animals and I looked out and saw him running back to the house. A lamb had just been born in the midst of all that chaos and 125 km/h winds - a

Busy times. Lots to share!

It was a busy and unpredictable time at the farm this past month. The cold weather persisted and we even ran out of firewood. Piglets were castrated and sent to their new homes March 30. On Easter Sunday, after a busy day travelling to see family and looking after animals, I cut my hand chopping wood and ended up spending the night at the hospital waiting to get stitches. Not a relaxing end to a hectic Easter weekend! Follow this by a winter blast that left us house bound for a few days. We were lucky enough not to lose power and we scrounged up enough firewood to keep warm. Buried under snow and ice, the animals were confined to the barn. After 3 days we finally dug out so we could t

Busy times. Lots to share!

It was a busy and unpredictable time at the farm this past month. The cold weather persisted and we even ran out of firewood. Piglets were castrated and sent to their new homes March 30. On Easter Sunday, after a busy day travelling to see family and looking after animals, I cut my hand chopping wood and ended up spending the night at the hospital waiting to get stitches. Not a relaxing end to a hectic Easter weekend! Follow this by a winter blast that left us house bound for a few days. We were lucky enough not to lose power and we scrounged up enough firewood to keep warm. Buried under snow and ice, the animals were confined to the barn. After 3 days we finally dug out so we could t

 

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