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  • Angela Jaffray

    McLane Farms: "Two llamas take care of protecting our sheep from predators while they are out in the field. Magellan and Tivo take very good care of our flock and are gentle and friendly towards people. A perfect combination!"

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Farm owners who raise their cattle on grass from birth using hydroponic forage system are more likely the ones who succeed in the farm industry. Their goal is to make sure all the animals are well fed and cared for and do not experience unnecessary stress at any time of their lives.

It's funny how some animals make friends and others stay away having no interest in friendship & play~

I have never seen a sheep this white. But it looks good and maybe it just never went outside to play.

John 21:15-17 - Jesus showed the urgency of putting his interests ahead of our own. He stressed to Peter: "Feed my little sheep." !! He asked Peter: "Do you love me more than THESE? ie.(fish that Peter was frying)" Peter had already returned to fishing after Jesus died. Before he was raised up, he appeared to Peter and 500 others.

"I didn't see nutin'!" (....Das erinnert mich daran, dass ich mal wieder zum Friseur wollte *g)

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Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk. Faces of sheep that Inca children take to the higher mountains to graze, every day: for more information about the chlldren's experiences while herding in the mountains, see the upcoming book "Beyond the Stones of Machu Picchu: Folk Tales and Stories of Inca Life." (Thrums Books due out 12/13) and the website incas.org

Beautiful photograph. Taken by Stuart Robertson Reynolds. Seen on Flickr.

The sheep was originally brought over from Europe. They were brought over on Christopher Columbus' second voyage. I think that it was intended to bring them over so that the Native Americans can make clothes and blankets.