A Winter Snack for the Sheep and Donkeys Posted on January 10, 2021The animals are content if they can graze even it there isn’t much to eat. Share this:FacebookPinterest
8 thoughts on “A Winter Snack for the Sheep and Donkeys”
Crunch, crunch, crunch. Love the sounds of your feet. Losing yourself in a flock or herd is one of the most wonderful things in the world. Scotty looks great! I love your sheep, Maria:)
Between the hard layer of snow and the dry vegetation, it was very crunchy Janet. I do love to just sit with the animals whether they are grazing or just hanging around the barnyard. It’s such a peaceful thing to do and I do feel like they accept me as part of them in those moments.
I absolutely enjoyed this so much. On PBS tonight is the first episode of All Creatures Great and Small base on the James Herriot books. So I feel like your video was a preview to that in a way.
Oh Lovely Barb. That’s a very nice show to be associated with!
Having read most of Fred Provenza’s book, Nourishment, there may still be something in what they are eating that they need. If not, they might not eat it.
That’s Interesting Kathyrn. I’m going to check into that. Thanks for getting me thinking about it.
Oh my Lord, Fate zooming by in the beginning, and then hopping up to you! She is such a character! Love this video of your peaceful kingdom.
At first I thought Fate was ruining the video, then I saw that she really made it!