|The bog land to the North of us looks a bit bleak on a |
|Polly is looking most promising for my next lamber. Is she|
waiting, like her Sister, for the worst possible weather?
|Two late-hatch poults came of age and decided to be roosters.|
Bad move lads. They are now rather scrawny frozen
I could not see her at all and worried that I'd have to go seek her out in the curves and dips of the field in case she had a problem. But no. By the time I'd gone to get the bucket of grub, she had rocked up and was baa-ing hungrily. No lambs yet then, Poll-Woll. The other two ewes (Rosie and Myfanwy - all these ladies are named after female characters from 'Under Milk Wood') are keeping me waiting. They look broad enough in the beam to be pregnant and Rosie is maybe, just maybe, starting to bag up but if they are, they are playing their cards close to their woolly chests.
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