I don't know what the weather is like where you are - but here it is boiling. The pregnant girls have been hot and have either spent their time in the bushes or in the paddling pools. I still have, despite best efforts, a few to shear. Thunderstorms and rain on the way they say.
Mind you, it is probably hotter where the three girls have gone! A long journey for them but they have arrived safely and have a lovely new home. I rather wish I was there!
We have a lot planned for this weekend and how we will fit it all in is beyond me - but, where there is a will . .
And . . . there are still about 10 sheep to shear! My meticulously detailed list sailed away in the breeze so I am not sure who is still left to do and when I try to count they will not stand still! Lambs are growing well and even the BWM look to be growing quicker this year. I weighed a few last night and the heaviest of the ones I weighed was 31kg. He was born in the middle so I have to get everyone weighed next week. Got to sort them soon before I start getting attached to too many of them - like little Fu Manchu here