Sheep meet broiler chicks

The ewes and lambs knew it was their lucky day when they saw us moving their portable fencing this morning! 


They immediately start baaing incessantly, demanding to be turned out as soon as possible!  This time the lambs have something new to discover–the chicken tractor!  I’m waiting for one of them to test the weight limit of the top of the tractor by jumping on it! 

This area should be “mowed” in a couple of days!

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