Anyway, Henry has been just lovely so far. He favors under the chin scratches and, maybe, just a little behind the ears.
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
New man around the farm
Meet Henry. Yes, we've added to the level of testosterone around Tanglewood. He's an impressive, studly looking guy, isn't he? Henry came home with me yesterday from a big sheep operation a few counties away. He has done his manly duties there for several years and needed to move on to fresh pastures--so to speak. Henry is 1/2 Wensleydale and 1/2 Cotswold and I'm counting on him to add some length and luster to the fleeces on my next year's crop of lambs. Not sure how I'll go about describing those lamb's genetics! BFL/Romney/CVM x Wensleydale/Cotswold?
Posted by Dianne MacDonald at 3:44 PM
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Oh.MY. I think that big boy needs a support sling!ReplyDelete
Now that made me laugh! Yes, I think he came well equipped for the job.ReplyDelete
He passed that on to Keebs as well :-o.ReplyDelete
Oh, welcome to Henry. What a handsome guy..and yes, he is well hung.(forgive the adjective).ReplyDelete
Henry is Keebs' daddy? I bought some roving from Sara at the Woolfest, and she said she thought some of it (the darker) was his. Niiiiiiiicccccce stuff!ReplyDelete
I think the donkey is thinking, "Henry, Henry, Henry. What's the big deal with Henry? - oh, I see. Wow."ReplyDelete