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January 2020

We moved to Anderson, Indiana in June of 2019. We brought 6 ewes and 1 ram with us and they gave us 6 wonderful lambs winter of 2019 so they help double our flock quickly.  We hope to have our next crop of lambs in May 2020. The sheep have adjusted really well to our new home. I was really happy to see that the weather did not affect them, they learned to graze through snow quickly.

Our new place is a total of 8.5 acres with 8 acres available to graze. Our plan is to rotationally graze our sheep. We hope to be able to rest our pastures a minimum of 30 days with Hope's of longer. We also plan to get the Haney Soil test completed on our main pasture area to give us an idea of what we are dealing with here. As this is our first year we expect to have a lot of trial and error but our hope is to improve our water absorption and to have better grasses available going into winter and therefore can feed less hay in the winter.


Our new place is a total of 8.5 acres with 8 acres available to graze. Our plan is to rotationally graze our sheep. We hope to be able to rest our pastures a minimum of 30 days with Hope's of longer. We also plan to get the Haney Soil test completed on our main pasture area to give us an idea of what we are dealing with here. As this is our first year we expect to have a lot of trial and error but our hope is to improve our water absorption and to have better grasses available going into winter and therefore can feed less 

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