I created a Facebook page this week. There will promotional offers starting on the weekend, so the sooner you ‘Like’ the page, the more discounts and FREE lamb you can win!
This isn’t a fun story.
Jessie, a classmate since preschool, stopped by Monday afternoon Continue reading
I’ve neglected posting for the past few months, so I decided it is time that I shared what’s going on.
I’m sitting here at the computer on Independence Day because Continue reading
Located in Monroe City, MO.
We’re in reach of many larger towns, so delivery is a cinch. Continue reading
As of today, I am down to one spring lamb for sale Continue reading
I spent a long time figuring out that the video files I captured these lambs with are not compatible with WordPress. So I’m delayed Continue reading
I’ve sold many sheep over the years. Until now, they had had their hides intact.
In June I sold my first dorper lamb. A friend from nearby was in need of a clean-up ram and I had just the ticket. I had kept an impressive little guy intact to sell online, or maybe keep. Along came an opportunity. Continue reading
My return to the sheep business has been interesting. I started again with a new breed and experimenting with new methods.
I moved home at the end of July and I knew it was time to tend my flock. The ewes’ hooves needed trimming. The lambs, out on pasture, needed a shot and to have their weights monitored.
Young lambs don’t yet have resistance to Continue reading
I drove off in January to buy some ewes off of a farm. I didn’t know what I’d see or bring back, but I wanted some sheep. Why? I wanted the experience, the additional stream of income, and a hedge against economic woes to come. I brought something different back to Border Street.
So when I showed up and saw an average bunch of ewes, though much smaller than the sheep I’m accustomed to, I pretty much said, “Get on board, girls.” Continue reading