Not A Scrap Of Hay Wasted

The sheep have two meals. One from the feeders and the other from the backs of the other sheep.

It’s inevitable that as I’m bring the hay to the sheep, some will spill onto their backs.  They add to it when they dip their heads into the feeder and it sticks to the wool on their head, neck and face.

Kim is eating the choice pieces of hay from Constance’s back in the picture above.

There won’t be a scrap of hay on any of the sheep by the time I feed them again in the afternoon.  This is especially true when there is snow on the ground and little for the sheep to graze.

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