I Know What Your Dragon Ate

I Know What Your Dragon Ate

​Our flock continues to grow lamb by lamb as the Lambing season winds to a close. Lambing is exhausting but fills me with hope and optimism in the way only new life can do. Lambing also makes me nostalgic for the early days. There was a time, many years ago, where we...
Lambing 2016

Lambing 2016

38 baby lambs and only one ewe left to go, we are very nearly finished with this lambing season.  It has been an exciting month here at Bear Creek with nice healthy lambs and excellent mommies.  Only one mom seemed indifferent to her new lamb, but has since come...
Baby Lambs at Bear Creek!

Baby Lambs at Bear Creek!

Baby Lambs We started lambing here at Bear Creek on April 1, and as of today (4/6/16) we have 20 lambs.  It has been a busy but fun few days here.  I am happy to say that there hasn’t been any complications.  I have had to help a few into the world but all...
Shearing at Bear Creek

Shearing at Bear Creek

I look forward to shearing day every year! (except for the year the sheep got into the cockle burs)  We shear in March every year right before the lambs are due to arrive.  Sheep shearing is exciting for several reasons but my favorite is getting my hands on the wool...
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