Wednesday, September 19, 2012

An Interesting Development

Found growing in front of the wool house.



Hmm...

Wonder how you go about shearing these? ;-)

16 comments:

Michelle said...

I see you've genetically engineered a wool-bearing weed! her

Tombstone Livestock said...

Need some small shears????

farmlady said...

I'm not sure, but let it grow. You may have won the lottery here. A new crop of wool weed. Amazing!

Benita said...

Brings a whole new meaning to "Cotton wool" doesn't it?

Ed said...

Tweezers and cuticle scissors..;-)

Jennifer MacNeill-Traylor said...

Ooo, a woolly weed. Much cheaper to feed than those woolly sheep;)

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

I think it's probably the same way you sheer a woolly worm! :-)

Tiggeriffic said...

Now you will have to name these wooly weeds like you do your sheep.. This winter are you going to put little blankets on them to keep them warm...? ha ha..
Have to have a huge crop of these wooly weeds to make a sweater..
Have a great day~! ta ta for now from Iowa:)

Anonymous said...

The Aliens!

Lori Skoog said...

Only you could grow such a plant!

Anonymous said...

You want to sheer it. I was thinking how to cook it.....Hmmmmm...I think you are on a better track!

Alice said...

How to shear it? Take a little off the top and blow it dry! ;-)

Michelle said...

lol

Mary said...

Cute! A little cottontail woolie! Love it. And it's a volunteer. LOL. An early fall Annual?

Terry said...

It's gonna take a whole lot of wooly weeds to make a sweater!

Sheepmom said...

Must be a baa-gonia.

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