We just got a call from Todd Mason, our fence guy. Todd’s been busy, but he’s going to be stopping by in the next few days to look at the back fence where Kim got her head stuck yesterday.
He’ll measure to see how much fencing we need then give us an estimate on how much it will cost.
Soon we’ll be able to open up the other pastures and the back pasture won’t be as important to have open. I’ve been opening up the back pasture for a couple of hours a day when I’m home. That’s not enough time for the sheep to get into trouble without me knowing about it.
Kim was doing fine today. She was back trying to butt Zinnia and hanging around with the rest of the sheep.