We had another load of 150 bales of first cut hay and 50 bales of second cut hay delivered at the end of November. We should now have enough hay in the barn to get through the winter. The sheep are all moved to where they will be for the winter and chores are easier. The water stopped coming into the cistern for the barn, but Todd and Rowan were able to get it running again.........WHEW!
SO this is another blog from Maybelle Farm. Life is good and everything is working so far. We had a wonderful Thanksgiving day and look forward to Christmas and a good, healthy winter.
On December 3 our ram lamb Kodie went to live at a nice farm in Columbia, CT. Later this month our handsome gulmoget ram Burdette is going to Kentucky. He is going to travel along with a moorit ram lamb from Kindred Spirit Farm in Sandwich, N.H. We will then be able to get Acer, a moorit ram, from Kindred Spirit Farm in Sandwich,N.H. to come to our farm to breed a few ewes. There is a lot to do to get all of these sheep where they need to go. I hope I can manage to get this all done. Stay tuned for more news. Happy Holidays to everyone.