- Aug 22, 2010
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- East Texas
Give them a treat and they will fall in the chair by themselves! Hahaha
OK!! Working on that - they aren't too thrilled taking anything from my hand - the idea of them falling into the chair by themselves is hysterical!! 🤣 🤣 🤣Give them a treat and they will fall in the chair by themselves! Hahaha
If they haven't really grown any since the last time they were trimmed you would probably be fine not to and just check again to see if they need it another time. When was the last time you trimmed them and what do they eat just pasture?So my question on the remaining two - Since I was SLOW to be fast I looked very closely at their hooves - they look great, nice and pretty, straight and short. Do I even bother dropping them into the chair to trim?? If doesn't look like they need to be trimmed. The two remaining to be done are the black and the brown ones in the pic.
I'm not entirely sure. Could have been last November??? I didn't have them here at the time. They are on pasture here (which at the moment is brown and dried mixed native grasses - typical So Cal) and alfalfa. The ground is DG (decomposed granite) I'm thinking to just let them be since they look good.If they haven't really grown any since the last time they were trimmed you would probably be fine not to and just check again to see if they need it another time. When was the last time you trimmed them and what do they eat just pasture?
Will do! We are wet - 1/2 - 3/4 in so far - so we are good. It's been almost continual rain since morning - perfect nice and gentle no gully washers! The Fairview Fire is about 60 miles from us so we are safe.Very much enjoying your journal. Nice picture of the new sheep. I like the grey one, she is very pretty.
Stay safe and keep us informed on how you are doing... please and thank you.