A new lamb with protective mom looking on.
1-Aesthetics: Let’s face it. Little baby lambs are cute. There is nothing quite like walking by a big beautiful pasture full of lush green grass and mama sheep with tiny new lambs.
2-Wool: The Gateway sheep are sheared twice a year, in the spring and fall,...
by Caroline Williford
Springtime at Gateway Farm this year means our fifth lambing season is upon us! It is that magical season when you can walk into the field at dawn and find a just-born lamb, tottering up onto its delicate legs, and with great determination, stumbling towards the teat.
by Suchi and Arjuna
Sorry to our subscribers for the long gap between this and our last newsletter. Much has been going on at Earthaven despite our silence! Some of these are covered in this newsletter; another issue is planned for release in about six weeks. If you want to continue to be...
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