Fox Trot Farm

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Fat Ewes Resting
Fat Ewes Resting

Evening Beauty on the Farm & We’re Open Sunday

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***We’re open on Sunday, September 2nd. Market from 1:00-5:00. Hay wagon ride tours are 1:30 & 3:00. Please call or text to reserve your spot. (803-804-3541) Our wagon holds just 10 people at a time. Self-guided tours all afternoon. Eggs, honey, soap, and crafty things in the farm market!***

The long hot days of late summer seem to be dragging on, and our ewes are growing large and sluggish. I can relate. I didn’t have twins, but our son WAS almost 10 pounds and 22 inches long when he was born. I couldn’t get comfortable towards the end of my pregnancy, either. 

Pregnant Ewe Sleeping

Evening is such a peaceful time here on Fox Trot Farm. The heat of the day is waning and, on some evenings, distant thunderstorms send cool breezes our way. That’s how it was last evening.

Fat Ewes Resting

The pregnant ewes move from the deep shade of the woods to the top of the hill to catch the breeze. Some graze. Some lie down and rest. Hobart watches.

Anatolian Shepherd on Guard

Of course, when I approach Hobart he gets so happy and just wants a belly rub. It took several weeks when we first got Hobart for him to show this submissive posture to me. He had been around men only his whole young life, and I think he had to figure out where I fit into the grand scheme of things. Every time I approached him, I made him lie down, but he looked at me with wary eyes. Now he is just happy to see me and there is love in his eyes. He’s protective of me, too. He treats me as “alpha” pack member now. Of course, he gets LOTS of belly rubs.

Anatolian Shepherd Submitting

I look forward to going to the Back Forty just to see the Sky Art. Here are some pictures of last evening’s offerings. I hope you enjoy them.

Evening sky

Sunset on the Clouds

Clouds on Back Forty

We’ll be open for your visits here on the farm this Sunday, which is Labor Day Sunday. Bring the family and take a stroll through the farm, or take a hay wagon ride and learn about our animals. We’ll have eggs, honey, soap and more in the farm market. Call or text me at 803-804-3541 if you have questions or to reserve your spot on one of the hay wagon tours ($5/each over 2 years old) at 1:30 & 3:00.

EIEIO!
Debbie

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