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First Frost

Wednesday, October 10th 2012

The reserve was covered in the first thick frost of the winter as we drove in.  The heathland was looking fantastic, glistening in the early morning sun.

The Dexters were hungry after such a cold night and were easily rounded up into the corall ready to be fed and collected.

The farmer quickly came over and they were loaded into his trailer, ready to start their journey back to Big Sheep Little Cow in Bedale.


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