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Friday, February 11 2011

See this guy?   He was just a few days old here.

 Here he is at 5 days old.

 Here he is at 5 months.

Can't beat growth like that!  I show you these to explain my actions this morning. . .

Ya see . . . (Here's the story I told Other Half . . . )

Ya see . . . I was on the phone this morning, arranging details for a herding clinic, when the organizer just happened to drop the information that she was getting a new ram because she's had her other ram for 4 years already. (Time for new blood.)  I just so happen to really like her former ram.  He is the sire of the above young fella.  Everything that he puts on the ground is, pardon my French, "built like a brick shithouse."

So I asked her how much she wanted for him.  And just like that . . .

 . . . I bought him.  He's 4 years old and registered. He produces NICE babies. And as a plus, he isn't a butthead yet.  So that's how things just happen.  Sometimes, you just fall into buying another mouth to feed when you're calling about what kind of dish you can bring to a potluck . . .

Other Half took the news pretty well. 



Posted by: forensicfarmgirl AT 03:41 pm   |  Permalink   |  2 Comments  |  Email
Only seems fair in light of the purchase of a roping calf. :) Pictures and update on Trace, please. Is he learning the ropes and not sneaking out so much??
Posted by CeeCee on 02/12/2011 - 08:51 PM
Hey this is the start of your club lamb business-I can see the writing on the wall! OH BOY!
Posted by sue on 02/14/2011 - 06:13 PM

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