98 Degrees < 10% Humidity What to Cook?

It's hot, hot, hot! No rain and our temperatures are soaring with the humidity low. I sure don't want to cook anything and heat up the house but we have severe fire restrictions and no open flames are allowed so outdoor BBQ isn't an option. Luckily I have just...

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Hay Arriving

Our first batch of hay for the season has arrived. We were expecting to get about 7 tons but the cutting was small so we only got 3.5 tons. At least it's in the barn now and safe for winter feeding for the sheep.

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Wide Loads

Wide Loads

Our expected start of lambing is 22 April. Normally by now we are out on pasture but the grass hasn't grown enough yet so I'm holding the sheep in on hay for longer. These 2 sisters are some of our top producing sheep with great EBVs. They and their other relatives of...

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Ram Semen Collection

Behind as per usual in posting here. We spent a week in October working with the USDA NAGP to collect and freeze semen from our rams. Some will be used later this year in our flock as part of their experiment in fine tuning the timing for insemination of synchronized...

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Sorting Sheep

Sorting Sheep

Just finished the ewe evaluations for the fall. I've updated the sales list to show the dozen yearling we are offering as breeding stock. We are keeping 52 breeding ewes and these yearlings are some great breeding sheep. They are all double registered in the US and...

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RIP John Ellenby

RIP John Ellenby

We have heard that our good friend, John Ellenby has passed on. One of the companies he founded was Agilis. This picture has been on our wall for years. And in the archives of old hardware we have these, a Compass and a GRiDPad. Here is a good article about John and...

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