Another farm

Sheep at a farm on the tour.  Looks to me like she is smiling.


I kind of thought this one wanted to see my credentials.
These images are from a soybean farm, where they also happen to raise sheep.  Farms are not what they were when I was growing up. Though I doubt that it has ever been easy to own and operate a farm, it seems that it is even harder now.  We did hear comments about how the drought has affected production in many areas.    
Throughout the day of the tour, and then as I sort through all these photos, I’m reminded of how we depend on this good earth for sustenance.   We have a great responsibility to take care of it so that it will continue to sustain and feed those who remain after we are gone.
Thanks for stopping by… I hope you are enjoying the tour!

4 Replies to “Another farm”

  1. How cute those sheep are, love the expressions from each one. I've always wanted to live on a farm and of course hubby would love to have acres of garden to play in. I know it must be tough to depend on weather to have a good harvest, not sure I'd like that part. What a pretty photo of the farm you captured. Can't wait to see the next farm!!

  2. What amazing expressions – each seems to have a personality that you have captured. Love the image of the hay bales with the standing pitchforks.

  3. I love sheep, Deb! And I love your little comments…for sure the first one was smiling and the second one wanted to see your credentials. 🙂

    Thank you for putting more than one smile on my face today.

    You are so loved & appreciated.

    P.S: I left some words for you on my blog (see last post's comments)…I treasure you.

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