Tuesday, 10 December 2013

Sheep Business

It's been a busy time around here.



Spring has been and gone - wet and warm mostly so lots of grass.  The sheep were in the driveway paddock last week.



As you can see the grass is well up round their bellies - not that they seem to mind.



They had it mowed and any low hanging branches on the trees trimmed within a day.



Then my four legged gardeners were off to tame the next paddock before shearing begins.


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17 comments:

  1. Great photos of the sheep in the paddocks. NZ is so beautifully green! A very welcome change to the drought conditions around here right now.

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  2. Those sheep in deep green grass make a beautiful picture.
    Seems all so fresh!

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  3. That looks so lush and marvelous! It's dry as can be here and I'm longing for good rains and green hills. :-)

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  4. I love your beautiful sheep photos, how nice to have the four-legged mowers. Thanks for sharing, have a happy day!

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  5. Oh how pleasing to the eye!!! Your images are so wonderful. The sheep in the meadow grasses...lovely.

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  6. Love the sheep in the deep grass up to their bellies! They must have thought it was a paradise.

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  7. Wonderful to see such good grass. our paddocks are all dried of and feed is getting sparse.

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  8. what a lovely place for the sheep to graze

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  9. That is beautiful. I like how green everything is.

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  10. Love your pasture pics!
    It looks so warm there :)
    We are feeding hay and it is so cold!!

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  11. I love your woodie law mowers! And how lucky they are to have such lush pastures.

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  12. Oh, beautiful greenery! Cute non mechanized lawnmowers!

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  13. Charming photos. You four-legged gardeners look so adorable. They have huge appetite for sure. I'd love to see photos of them during and after shearig:)

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  14. I love these shots, the grass so green and the sheep, love seeing these.

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  15. I love how green and not snowy everything is. It is amazing how much they can eat and so much better for the environment than a lawn mower....Michelle

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  16. It's definitely summertime! I love your sheep shots--their faces are so expressive.

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