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Patchwork Badger and Patchwork Elsa are my eleven year old daughters of Jacquee’s Junco. Badger and Elsa were such cute lambs! Both were bred to Kenleigh’s Casanova last fall for 2016 lambs. I staggered putting the ewes in. Elsa went … Continue reading

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Lambs – 6, 7, 9, 10, 11

Things don’t always go just perfectly.   Lambs 6 & 7 were birthed easily and quickly on March 11. The first Spot Hollow Ace lambs look good! Patchwork Scooter – 4 horned ram He’s a blue eyed boy with a … Continue reading

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Remember me?

It’s been so long since I wrote a blog post! If you are subscribed to my blog, you are probably getting this and saying “who?” It has been a year of more computer duties than usual with not much time … Continue reading

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The Issue of Horns (or a horny issue)

Because I haven’t blogged in forever and because someone asked me about ewe lamb laterals, I decided to answer via my blog. If you don’t care about laterals, you can stop at the sunflower. Everyone that raises 4 horned Jacob … Continue reading

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The Thing About Blogging…

is that when I find I have time to blog it’s because nothing is going on. When I do have something going on, I don’t have time to blog. Lambing started here on March 2 with twin rams from Sweetgrass … Continue reading

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Snow Day

A snow day in Georgia is about as rare as….a blog post from Patchwork Farm! Tempo has plenty of fresh water, but she prefers snow Loretta, a Wisconsin native, wonders about all the fuss over a little bit of snow … Continue reading

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Not Yet…

But soon…. We don’t yet have 2014 lambs to watch grow. But I’m enjoying watching the 2013 lambs become yearlings. Moose Mtn Reina and Patchwork Madeleine will be exciting additions to our lilac breeding ewes this fall. Southwind PopSecret (Pip) … Continue reading

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