Sunday, September 30, 2012

Another stuck head.




This is what I saw when I went out this morning. Or really, what I heard. This is Amarillo. A few days before it was Annabelle. In the same spot. I thought only goats did this.

I have a cattle panel in front of the field fence because when my cow Mazie was over there, she tore that part of the fence down and  went into the field next door. So I put the panel up to give it more stability. But the past few days, the sheep have been putting their heads through the fence to get to the grass on the other side because I had their pasture mowed. So now this happens right there. I took the cattle panel down and tried to fix the field fence so they can't get over it. Silly sheep. It's always something around here.

3 comments:

SweetLand Farm said...

I can relate to this pic of the stuck sheep. Been there done that!! It seems to take them a few tries before they "get" it. Glad no one was hurt.

White Sheep Farm said...

Even worse when they have horns!
Teri

Kris said...

I had to put that fence panel back up again. Apparently, my Nubian doeling jumped over the low spot the other day in the pouring down rain. That was fun trying to get her back in. I had to go get her momma and lead her back up front. But no more stuck heads so far!