Patiently awaiting treats...

The other day I went out to check the cabbage that is still in the ground. We are doing an experiment this winter, to see how the cabbage fairs through the winter. We have seen a local farmer who puts in a crop of cabbage or brussel sprouts after a wheat harvest, in late September. In the Spring he harvests the cabbage or brussel sprouts and sells them.

While I was out checking the cabbage, a few of the 'girls' spied me. They came running up from a lower pasture to this upper gate. Through the summer, they received treats from the garden. They each received a few stems of Red Russian Kale that day. White and Natural Colored Romney Ewes

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