Saturday, January 7

Saturday Dose of Cute: Pregos Looking for Treats

Pregnant sheep looking for treats -
Eating for two or three (or four!) really works up an appetite.

Life on the farm revolves around treats. Here's proof:

©, the outnumbered foodie farm blog where everybody is always trying to convince us they're hungry on the verge of starvation, no matter what their size, shape, color, or species—and even if they just ate.


  1. "where everybody is always trying to convince us they're on the verge of starvation"
    Isn't that the truth! LOL!!

  2. You are so funny! And it's SO true!! :)

  3. Love this shot! Why don't you come enter it in my Weekly Top Shot meme? We're on Week #11 and I'd love to see you share with me! Here's this weeks' link:

  4. So how many sheep are pregos? Looks like it's going to be a very busy spring on the farm!

    By the way, I made the Lemon Scones yesterday - and to use an overworked expression, "They are to die for!!!" delicious!
    Thanks for sharing that recipe, too

  5. you ought to hear the milkbone bark at our house in the mornings.....


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