My friend is interested in supporting Promote-A-Goat. He asked me to answer why he,
or anyone, should consider buying Border Street lamb or goat Continue reading →
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 →