Sunday, February 18, 2007

2/18/07 Farm Photos: Scenes from Sheep Shearing Day 2007


One-month-old Baby Cary spent Sheep Shearing Day 2006 safely tucked in a makeshift playpen adjacent to all the action.


More below. . .


This year she was right in the thick of things (for the entire time, since she was the last of 55 sheep to be sheared), but the faithful Nanny Bear kept her company. . .



When he wasn't guarding the gate to make sure no sheep escaped unsheared! (Is it 'unsheared' or 'unshorn?')

Don't know who Cary is? Click here to read her story. And click here to see more photos from Sheep Shearing Day 2007.

A year of Farm Photos ago:
2/18/06: He Could Have Slept In His Hut
2/17/06: Up For The Winter Look
2/16/06: Poultry In Motion
2/15/06: Take A Favorite Photo, Add New Camera & Splash Of Sunshine. . .
2/14/06: Happy Valentine's Day To You
And: O Val-en-tine!
2/13/06: Big Chip Doesn't Like Lambing Season
2/12/06: It's A Girl!
WCB#37: For Some Reason I Thought They'd Be Safer Indoors
And WDB#21: Lucky Buddy Bear Entertains The Newest Member Of The Flock

© FarmgirlFare.com, the not so woolly foodie farm blog where one of our biggest luxuries is being fortunate enough to have somebody else come and shear the sheep!

8 comments:

  1. Cary, Cary, Cary!!! I totally feel like I know her personality b/c of your wonderful writing and photos. I love her!

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  2. Cary has gotten so big! Still adorably cute though.

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  3. It was good to see your post this morning. Things must be really gearing up on the farm what with lambing time coming up. Stay well. We all look forward to your pics and posts.

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  4. Superb pictures. Your stories and descriptions of your animals are great!

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  5. I looked at the "Shearing Day" photos of Cary...She look's so...so..naked! Make's me wanna take a coat & put it on her! lol

    Great pics, as usual :)

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  6. Totally adorable! Now I'm wishing for sheep of my own! And Lucky Buddy Bear is the best sheep-sitter of all time.

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  7. You mentioned in another post that the fleece of your sheep was not the kind desired by weavers. What, then, do you do with the wool?

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