Monday, June 9, 2014

Moving Day

I gotta do it :-/. I've put it off as long (or longer) than I should. I just love this early morning view.


We rotate fields to not only keep the sheep and horses from overgrazing the grass, but also to help manage parasites.  Ideally you would set up a more intensive grazing rotation system, but...well, see above ;-).


9 comments:

Tombstone Livestock said...

Hank likes his field .... it's full of sheep.

Susan said...

It would be hard to give up that view - you'd be hard-pressed to have a bad day when it starts with an eyeful of sheepies (and Hank, and horses).

Shirley said...

Yes- so idyllic!

Valerie said...

That is such a beautiful view! Blessings, Valerie

Adriene J said...

I saw the blog title and thought, "She's not leaving the farm, is she??" Glad to see you're not. I'm sure the wooly and furry beasts will enjoy a wee change.

Miha Giustina said...

I can see why you are putting it off. What a magnificent view!

Alice said...

Love this capture with Hank in the middle surveying all his sheepdom. He looks so royal !
Once again you artfully managed to frame it all with the linearity of the fences. Awesome .

Maureen said...

Yeah, I see what you mean - what a wonderful view! Like a picture postcard. I can't imagine a better way to start the day.

Susan Mckee-Nugent said...

Well, you may not like the change but I bet they will...for a while anyway...the grass is always greener......OVER THERE!!

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