Wednesday, March 18

It's suddenly become very noisy around here!


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  1. Diversification? You'll have to change your name to MacDonald!

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  2. Growing your own bacon, lamb and wool, now I'm impressed. The only thing left is a cow.

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    1. I could NEVER do that CJ. Maybe the wool

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  3. Ha Ha! There are lambs in the field above us too.. I'm just waiting for them to find the hole in the fence.

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    1. Are the lambs and mother sheep constantly bleating to one another. I think the pig had a headache. These aren't too close to us so no chance of them visiting,

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  4. They let people have animals on the allotment?

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    1. The animals were on a farm, Daphne. I couldn't resist taking the photos when we visited the farms shop. Chickens and rabbits are allowed on our site although occasionally a site allows other animals.

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    2. Ah that makes more sense.

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  5. Awww, so cute. The lambs are lovely but I have a real soft spot for pigs.

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    1. I have too Jo and they really are intelligent animals.

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  6. How cute - not sure if I would enjoy the constant noise, though...I always thought sheep were relatively quite.

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    1. They are not too close to us Margaret - the noise complaint was from the pigs point of view. When the ewes and lambs are in the field they bleat to one another to maintain contact as the lambs are plating around together away from mum who is usually busy grazing. Apparently they recognise one another's bleat even though to us they sound the same.

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  7. Memories of farming days gone by for me. Lovely photos and what a joy to have the animals close by.

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    1. There are quite a lot of sheep, horses and some pigs in fields around us Bren

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  8. I do love these pics....it's lovely to see all the new life isn't it? Kinda mixed bag though as they disappear so quickly.
    P.s....I don't know what's going on at the moment, nut I'm not receiving email subscriptions of your posts and I'm still subscribed as I checked....I don't know if anyone else is having these problems....I am only receiving word press posts so maybe it's a problem with the site?xxx

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    1. More new life stories tomorrow, Dina' For some reason Blogger and WordPress fall out from time to time. Do you use FaceBook od Twitter or Bloglovin as some people find that these are a better way to follow, also I sometimes add other little bits and pieces on FB

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    2. Sadly, I'm a technophobe, so don't use facebook, etc, but do have twitter....but I only use that for petitions and rarely look at it. I'll just keep checking in ....loved the nest box ...looking forward to seeing the developments.xxx

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  9. This post should come with a warning - I go all gooey over pigs and lambs. We still have about 6 or 8 empty piggeries.... if only....

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    1. I do too Sarah, I love it when all the little piglets are lined up suckling and their little curly tails are wagging.

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  10. I love this kind of noise!

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  11. Awww lovely photos.. those lambs are so sweet :o)

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    1. Very sweet Julie although maybe their mums wouldn't agree when they are pestering them. One was pawing at mum ti stand up so it could have lunch.

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