Roo-ing a Castlemilk Moorit ewe – I would like to say that I roo-ed the whole sheep but sadly her temperament and the darkening of the day, meant that Jane had to complete the job with shears.
Freya and Felicia are both fine examples of their breed and act as the watch-dogs for the whole flock of Shetlands and Dorsets. Their deer-like look and stance make for very elegant sheep; and their no-nonsense attitude makes for an interesting, if sometimes challenging, role for their shepherds.
Chablis ‘Best Wishes’ Wine Card. Handmade découpage and French corks. Lovely card. Can’t wait to give it. Excellent service.
Source: Connie Sjolie
Sleep in’ in the sun
how you go back get the day’s work done
sleepin’ in the sun
Calling all free range, rare breed pork lovers – place orders NOW for quarter pigs butchered; and sausages – delivery over next few weeks starting next week. I will be confirming orders with those who have already requested packs. Weight of a quarter pig – roughly 12/15 kilos; fresh not frozen – ready for freezing – ready for EATING !! Yum! Message me for details please.
5th Flockmaster – Faithful helper
Champion, Castlemilk Moorit Society award
Ivo has a rewarding first outing at a show and single-handedly, showed off the breed. Well-deserved young ram!
Huge thanks to Kennixton Flock for taking him to the Royal Bath & West along with their very successful Shetlands; and to his even more successful shepherd, Jane Bissett – Champion Flockmaster!