When cool weather hits, sheep get frisky. Some sheep have a deep need to show everyone else who is top dog.. er, sheep. Here we see Jethro letting Samson have it. Fortunately, he didn't turn his wrath on Israel or Tommy, because they would not have fared well. Four-horned sheep are not nearly as successful in a tussle as two-horned ones. You can easily see why. However, just because they aren't contenders, doesn't mean they can't stand around with mob mentality and watch the show. Silly sheep.


I also need to mention that no sheep were harmed during this short altercation. All four sheep are back to being quiet pasture mates. I'm so glad they can eventually work out their differences without any bloodshed. So far.

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  1. Man, that gives me a headache! I am glad they have worked it out for now.

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  2. Hi Cindy!
    Started out on Ravelry, and ended up here! Wow, you have worked SO HARD on your farm, your animals - I am SO HAPPY to see it all in action. I love, love love the videos! I miss you all, and my bud Liz (Hi Liz!)- got to see you all spinning. I love the chicken tractors too! Hope to get to see you again the next time I get out that way (Convergence, hint, hint....) I haven't forgotten!
    Merry Merry!
    Hugs,
    Julie

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  3. Ouch. They really get up some momentum, don't they? The commentary is what makes it funny, though . . . I just feel like I've had a real treat today--had this cute video to watch and a darling dog blog on JMF. Yay!!! xoxo

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  4. Honestly, I don't know how you managed to stay calm for so long. Wish I could see the footage of you breaking it up!! Good show!

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