“So,” I said to Jon, “what are we going to talk about on our podcast today.” We were on our way to the Vermont Fiber Mill to pick up my wool and my brain was still sleepy from hanging around reading on Saturday.
“Let’s talk about the sheep and how they have evolved with the farm,” he said. I thought it was a really good idea and so timely. So that’s what we did.
When Jon got his sheep they were in the context of sheepherding. More about his border collies, Orson, Rose, and Red than about the sheep themselves.
That gradually changed as I got sheep for their wool and began selling it and Red, our last sheepherding border collie died.
So on today’s podcast, we talk about how the sheep helped Bedlam Farm evolve into what it is today and how we feel about it.
You can also listen to it on Itunes and Apple Podcasts where you can also hear any of our past Katz and Wulf On Bedlam Farm podcasts.
Or you can just click on the Podcast button on my blog.
And thanks for listening.