Livestock Producers in Saskatchewan
Jack moving the sheep into the yard.
Cows and calves on the native prairie.
One of my favorite heifer calves out of an awesome cow.
Dorset cross ewe lamb.
Dorper ewe lamb.
Clun Forest cross ewe lamb.
Layla and her twin ewe lambs.
Two lambs “petting” a cat.
Moving cattle to a new pasture – Lola can’t let Jack have all the fun!
Are you coming?
Product of Dorset sire x Dorper/Clun ewe. She’s a solid one!
A first time lamber with her nice looking ewe lamb
Clun cross ewe in the back with her Dorset sired ewe lamb
Beautiful looking steer
Grouped up for bedtime
Lamb that looks like a calf – unusual markings
Rosalee, a 5 year old ewe with her twin Clun Forest cross lambs
Very nice looking Dorset cross lamb
Stocky to say the least!
Another nice Speckle Steer
Weaned lambs 2015
A first time lamber with her lamb
A side x side with a trailer – maybe the best money we ever spent
One of the best ewe lambs from 2014
Ruza on her first day here
Alice cooling off in the water trough
Coming in for grain
Hard to beat a nap in the sun on a fresh bed of straw
Brand new calf
Momma fox caught on the trail-cam
Our neighbourhood foxes
Scarlet mallow – a native prairie forb
Grazing cider milk vetch
Pair of Speckle calves
A dandy ewe lamb
Elk that has been spending a lot of time with the sheep lately
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