Sunday, November 8

Sunday Dose of Cute: Hello Girls!

Lined Up and Looking Fine

Want to see more sheep shots?
Sheep Stories & Photos
More Sheep Photos
And Yet a Few More Sheep Photos
Lambing Season 2006 Photos & Reports
Lambing Season 2006 Part 2
Lambing Season 2006 Part 3
Lambing Season 2007 Photos & Reports
Lambing Season 2007 Part 2
Lambing Season 2008 Part 1
Lambing Season 2008 Part 2
Lambing Season 2008 Part 3
Lambing Season 2009
Lambing Season 2009 Part 2

Farm Stories & Farm Life Tidbits

© Copyright 2009, the never content for long foodie farm blog where no matter what pasture the sheep are in or how incredibly tasty the grass is, eventually they always want to be on the other side of the fence—and if you look closely in this photo you'll see one of our wooly little sweethearts showing some autumn style with a dead leaf decoratively stuck to its rump.


  1. It's chilly here today. I just built a fire in the stove and looking at your picture of the girls, i thought "How nice it would be to grow a wooly coat in the winter." I could sure use one tonight. Guess I'll have to settle for a live 4-kitty lap blanket.

  2. I have been a lurker for quite a while. I can't remember if I ever left a comment. Thanks for all you do and share:) When I read your blog I dream of having a set-up like yours. Keep it up girl!

  3. CountryMidwife11/09/2009 12:22 AM

    Cute cute but... what about a donkey update??!

  4. another lurker the pictures and the critter/farm/food stories...what a lovely life

  5. I have always gotten in but never left any comment. I love the farm stories, recipes, and now the fall is setting in. You're doing great work and it shows.

  6. What beautiful pictures- as I'm new to your site, I can't wait to try some of your recipes!

  7. I've chosen you for the Honest Scrap Award. If you want to participate you can check out my post today or if you aren't into memes, feel free to ignore it.

  8. Oh, how I wished we lived in the country. I LOVE sheep. I collect sheep, and I showed sheep all throughout HS, my kids both tried showing, and it wasn't for them, but we had sheep for a while here in town (very small town). Thanks for the very cute pics.

  9. So cute - love the darkness of a sheep's face!

  10. I just discovered your blog and spent FAR too much time reading through it. Addictive. Thanks!

  11. leaf pins are in, right? and with a wooly bum, who needs pins, instant velcro!

  12. How wonderful your girls are! Again and again, I say, let's move to a sheep farm. And the cat Domino looks at me with surprise, muttering that she should be enough. Not a whit. Your farm and sheep inspire me, as always.


December 2015 update: Hi! For some reason I can't figure out, Blogger hasn't been letting me leave comments on my own blog (!) for the last several months, so I've been unable to respond to your comments and questions. My apologies for any inconvenience! You're always welcome to email me: farmgirlfare AT gmail DOT com.

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