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Maternal Instincts – Continued (and a Word about Shepherds)

I certainly did not set up this blog to write about sheep behavior, but I cannot help making observations—and taking note of those observations. For example, this morning…. The sheep, a flock now of about 20 after six new lambs … Continue reading

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Mother Nature and the Maternal Instinct

I never cease to be in awe of Mother Nature. About four years ago, Mr. H purchased the 8-acre parcel of land next door to us, fenced it, and put four or five sheep out to graze. Since then, his … Continue reading

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Are You A Member of A Flock or a Society?

The following two paragraphs are from an OpEdNews item, written in 2008 as President Obama was beginning his presidency. The author’s sentiments are apparent. “This is the first time in our nation’s history; someone is speaking the needs, wants and … Continue reading

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