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    Re: 2014 Sheep Pictures

    [this was taken today and there were eight altogether.][/QUOTE]
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    Re: 2014 Sheep Pictures

    What kind are they? Big Horn..... is that normal to come into farm land?
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    Re: 2014 Sheep Pictures

    Thats awesome!! Do you see them year around or just when they are browsing around because of heavy snowfall?
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    What kind are they? Big Horn..... is that normal to come into farm land?

    They are Bighorn. The herd is much smaller this year.
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    Thats awesome!! Do you see them year around or just when they are browsing around because of heavy snowfall?
    They come and go year round. We are in a small town in a valley with steep terrain so to stay away from the Eagles and Cougars they like to have there lambs close to town. They also are fed by the locals if we have a hard winter. This is a picture of the mountains surrounding the town..

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