Pictures of the Farm

Flock rotating through middle field in November 2017


Roxie, my border collie, looking silly...

Double rainbow over the barn early November 2017.

Ewe flock on great fall grass.

Final rotation through the middle field November 2017, with the barn and house in background at right.  These sheep are all the females, moms and ewe-lambs right before the final sorting when I select for replacements.

Roxie near one of the lovely Tupelo trees near the orchard, fall 2017.

This is my purebred Icelandic ram, Wendel, named after the well-known food system thinker, Wendel Berry. Town of Clermont in the background.


My sister processed this picture from a few years back of me feeding bottle lambs in the field.


Mom and her young lamb, spring 2017


Two little icelandic lambs from spring 2017

My sister, Torbie, photo-shopped this picture of the ewe flock in their winter woods.  Beautiful, eh?
Below, Jay, my first border collie, with her flock behind.

                                                               Walking the flock to a fresh paddock in the orchard, July 2014.

Greta, one of my favorites, below, looking sultry on a hot day.

A fine ewe and her triplets, July 2013.


  Flock on chicory mix, July 2012. 

Flock waiting for a paddock move, summer 2012.

 Cows, moms pregnant, waiting to calve in the pen near the barn, July 2012.




Jay, my Border Collie, out for a walk on the farm road after the big snowfall, Dec 27 2010 (left) and close up in summer 2010 (right).
Flock in the winter paddock in early morning, Dec 30 2010.
Ewe lamb "Angel", Dec 30 2010.

"Spring", one of my foundation Devons from Harrier Fields Farm, Dec 30 2010.
Devons in their winter paddock after a snowfall, Dec 30 2010.
Me and Jay in apple orchard, fall 2010 (Photo credit Gale Zucker GZUCKER.COM)
The near apple orchard, fall 2010 (Photo credit Gale Zucker GZUCKER.COM)
Portrait of Ella, one of my older ewes (Photo credit Gale Zucker GZUCKER.COM)
Part of the flock with Devons in adjacent field, fall 2010 (Photo credit Gale Zucker GZUCKER.COM)











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