It's that time of year when the sheep get shorn and lose their heavy wool coats. After shearing they were put in our front paddock where the grass has been growing like mad and is up to their chins in places. The lambs will be shorn in a month and are nearly as big as their Mothers now.
The trees have been growing fast in the warm, wet weather we have been having. This sheep decided to do some over-head pruning. That's her 2 lambs looking at me.
A day after going in the paddock all the trees are trimmed to the same height. My four legged pruners do an excellent job.
This one is an expert at balancing on two legs and reaching where others can't. That's an apple tree she's eating - I guess I'll be up a ladder with the birds to get the fruit that's left later on this season.