Tex our Texel purebred ram will not be leaving.
He had a romance score lined up, where Tex was going on a holiday of ram swapping. BUT GASP! the deal changed. At the end of the romance Tex was to go in their pot.
- swaps all off.
With Tex staying it has caused a dilemma - his progeny all need to go in the pot now. The ewes we had thought of keeping will be his daughters. That just doesn't fit right with us. We never line bred out cats and don't plan to line bred the sheep. Real farmers are probably laughing at us hobby folk. The hunt begins to find some young ewes suitable for breeding with Tex. I'd quite like to get into rare breeds
Living off the land.
When Milo, Charles, Olly and Muddy were dropped off here, their families last words were they need to behave as the family did not wish to read of any misbehaving on the blog.
Here let us show you the hole- with a wiggly finger.
Brent said he had warned me of my colour choices for the cattery and that he was just showing his contempt for the decor.
The culprit - Mr Baxter!Baxter has a habit if stealing neighbours washing and bringing it home - I must ask if he has a history of chewing holes in it too..