Wednesday, February 15

Wednesday Dose of Cute: We Want Our Treats

Teddy demanding treats -
And we want them now.

More sheep? Here.
More snow photos? Here.
More treats? Here and here and here. (In case you hadn't noticed, life on this farm revolves around treats.)

©, home of Teddy, the eight-year-old enormous (and rather pushy) pet wether.


  1. Oh, how funny! This photo makes me think of my dogs. When I make dog biscuits, they sit by the oven like they NEVER get fed, acting all kinds of pitiful! ;-) -Marci

  2. Neither snow, nor sleet nor rain shall keep you from delivering treats!

  3. What sort of sheep are these? They almost look like they're mixed with Tunis, my favorite breed! :)

    1. Teddy is mostly Suffolk, and Audrey on the left is a Katahdin hair sheep. The big black one (another giant pet wether!) is mostly Suffolk, and the others are Katahdin crosses. You can read more about how and why we added Katahdins to our flock here. :)

  4. What a lovley blog you have! Cute picture of your sheep! Enjoy the snow while it's still there, I do that here in Sweden!

    Have a lovley day!
    /Sandra - Stolpås Gård


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