They look toasty and warm in their wool jackets.Kelly
will you de-hair them (shear) before they have babies or after? I recall how much less mess you had once you started shearing before lambing season. The Katahdin (hard word to type!) look so huggable!
What I wouldn't give for a warm coat like theirs right now. They look so cozy. I wonder if their faces get cold though?
I love those sheep - what sweet faces they have. And the coat - I could use something that warm this winter.
They are just too cute.
Hi, FarmgirlI'm just a citygirl trying to cook different for my family. Today 12/19/09 it snowing in ridley park pa. we expecting at least 15 to 20 inches of snow. i prepared your hearty lentil and suasage soup. my family loved it. thanks citygirl.
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