Sunday, September 8, 2013

The 30,000 mile service for a sheep

Many thanks to the happy jolly crew of first year Captives that came to the farm yesterday and cleaned up our sheep and listened attentively while Aimee and I droned on about farm systems, the importance of science, nutrient capture and management, FAMACHA, and, of course, how to grab a sheep.


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