We had some little people to visit in the sunshine yesterday. Lamb Chop, as usual was THE personality of the day, whilst the majority of the barnyard population take a few moments to check out strangers, Lamb Chop, scruffy ugly little Lamb Chop doesn’t know the meaning of shyness and has no concerns or insecurities….bless him. Spot a stranger, his little lamb brain goes into overdrive and faster than his little legs can gambol he arrives to greet his public. I don’t know how he does it, but those little children were feeding him 5 at a time and somehow he managed to have one going down his throat, one in each cheek pocket and two in his teeth, beady eyes spotting the next supplier and still managing to be Lamb Chop charming all the time. Macho did pay an impressive appearance, Macho is THE man these days, and doesn’t feel the need to move fast, his world will wait, the peanut wafts from the gate will be his, lamb Chop no longer challenges the solid tank like body of the Boer buck. Along with Macho came “the smell”…Macho is working himself into the mood for love and a buck in love is a smell you would rather forget but if you get “hit” it will take a very long time !!!
Well, time out, 7.30 , time to get back to the barn. Have a great day, take care, keep safe, M