Fleece Manager and Yarn Designer for Hubbert Farms

Thursday, March 7, 2013

Sheep Shearing at Hubbert Farms

 My beautiful Finn ewe Lacey....how many lambs this year...3, 4, 5, 6? She had 4 last year.

 Yearling 56%Gotland ewe Cloudy. Maybe twins? She still has about 3 weeks to go.

 Brandy (above) is 50% Gotland and it looks like she has 4 lambs this year.

 Finn ram Casper (above and below). You can really see those badger markings after he is shorn.
His fleece will be on my spinning wheel in no time flat!
 Moorit Finn ram Jasper. Another fleece for me hehe!!

 Above we have Gracie's first shear....Gracie is 62% Gotland and I can't wait to spin this!
 Casper's fleece above on the skirting table.
 Where does the LGD Maca begin and the discarded fleece end?? We put some wool in her doghouse for later :-)
 The 'girls' all sheared and feeling frisky!
 Mini the Llama doesn't recognise the ewes without their wooly fleeces.
Sweet Bailey kickin up her heels!!


chmurka said...

I always admire the skills of person who do sheeps haircut .... How fast they make it!!!

Hillevi3 said...

Oooh - fleece feast :)

Cary at Serenity Farms said...

Looks like some lovely fleeces there! We'll be shearing in a few weeks probably ~ enjoy playing with your fibers and waiting on those lambs ;)

E-welenka said...

Jody you live in heaven for spinners, really envy you :)) I admire Gracie fleece is incredible. Enjoy spinning. Greetings.

Judy said...

It looks like you have some fun spinning ahead!

Diane said...

Okay ... I'm drooling !!!
Beautiful fleeces.
Can't wait to see the lambs.

Zenitude said...

Harvest time is alway such a great time! Our alpacas will be shorn in late April. Have fun fondling and spinning those gorgeous fleeces!