We haven't shown you Tottie for ages have we, When she was born we helped her mum rear her and her brother Jonty. They were premature and then their mum lost her udder, so she spent much of her time being cuddled and became really affectionate. Later when she became part of the flock she became a little more detached, but this may have been more to do with her fringe than anything else, as it became particularly fuzzy. It was clipped several times, but we know her circle of vision was affected by it. After she was sheared in July her sweet nature returned and today she came over for a love, something she does on most afternoons........ she's a proper poppet! ........ but we'll have to watch that top knot!
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My long suffering partner and I love where we live and our growing flock of Ryeland and Mule sheep. At the rear of our home we tend a pretty cottage garden and at the front, just over the road, a walled and terraced vegetable garden which steps down to Walden Beck. We grow our own fruit and vegetables, and also keep a few hens and hives of bees...... And we run this lovely little country shop!