Wolfemomma - Our Homestead Journey

WolfeMomma

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I haven't been on here in a while. I have been so busy with my school and the kids school I dont have time for much else. I figured i would add an update. The triplets are doing well, all three are growing nicely. My older ewe lambs have really matured nice and I cant wait to get everyone in the show ring next year. This spring we will be shopping for another ram hopefully. Since I have enough ewes out of valor I think it's time to bring in some new blood lines. I have found a breeder that has the type of ram lambs that are in the direction we want to go, so I am quite excited to see what is available.
On to the pictures !

Ruby, March 2020 Ewe lamb
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Meadow, Jan 2020 ewe lamb
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And of course the lambs 🥰
Cricket
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Truffles
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Ammo
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And of course a picture of our ram valor, who I think would be upset if I didnt show off his rugged good looks and luscious locks that blow in the wind 😂
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What nice lambs! Valor is such a masculine, "all man" ram! He has grown into a beautiful ram. He sure throws some nice lambs too. What a lovely flock you have, you have reason to be proud of them.
 

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Hope everyone is doing well. Christmas will be here before we know it. Im glad I finished all of my Christmas shopping...yay Amazon lol . The sheep are good, weaned my ram lamb, he is hanging out with the wether and they seem to be getting along really well. I like having a wether, he is great no matter who he is with, the ewes dont pay attention to him, and the ram doesn't bug him either, works out great.Speaking of rams... I am curious as to what everyone uses for fencing, my yearling ram, bends and warps the cattle panels that he is kept in, so far they are holding up ok...but still concerning , if anyone wants to share what type they have had success with I am more then willing to listen. Other then that, nothing is new here, just waiting for the snow storm this weekend ....:th
 
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