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Looking at Lambs

  Lambs in spring. Of course, that is when they are supposed to arrive. Not in dead of winter.  To postpone the lambing season – which would naturally begin five months after the first cold nights—until the milder weather arrives, … Continue reading

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Going Gently

We buried our favorite ewe yesterday. Ten years old, Ewelysses died the way the old ewes always do: she just lay down one day and never got up again. It was in the middle of lambing season, and during her … Continue reading

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Dried Flowers for Thanksgiving

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New colors and worsted weight yarns

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More Lambs in Winter

Last year we vowed we would not do this again. No more lambs in dead of winter. Lambing season is traditionally in spring, mostly because it is easier on the farmers. Rams are kept apart from ewes to delay rutting; … Continue reading

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Winter in Ewetopia

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Autumn at Ewetopia Farm

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