The sheep seem to be loving the new farm. Ken Norman, our farrier, moved them in his trailer. They ran right into the pasture, I stood inside the gate shaking grain, while Red got behind them. After finishing off the grain, they started to graze. By the time we left they were making their way around the pasture checking out each corner.
Ken, his wife Eli, their daughter Nicoline (the Bedlam Farm Fairy) and their neighbor Eden were all there to help. Eden has a Border Leicester who needs a home, so we may get our 5th sheep from him. I’ll be able to look out my studio window and watch them graze.
Red chased the sheep around a bit. It’s a flat open area, so it’s easy work. I felt a little bad leaving them there, but Zelda keeps an eye out and Rocky is in the pasture right next to them. I know they’re safe inside the new fences, but I’ll feel better once were in the house.