Premier 1 Supplies August 8, 2012 Photo Galleries Premier Scenic Photos from Premier’s farms. We will continue to add more photos. Apparently they want us to stay on this side of the field. You guys eat, we'll keep a look out. You know full well that we plan to eat the green and leave the brown? What do you think we are, goats? Did you bring us anything to munch on? Migrating south for the winter. Well, at least until the fenceline stops them. Our Black Welsh flock hard at work finding stockpiled forage beneath the snow. As the ewes enjoy their dinner, the faithful guard dog keeps an eye on the horizon. Despite the snowfall, the ewes patiently await their dinner. It's a good thing they have thick wool coats to keep them warm. Our hair cross flock kindly trimming down the forage in our pasture. A hair cross ewe trailblazing for her following twins. Coming in from a busy day of grazing with the sunset on their backs. The flock catching the last of the days warm rays of sunshine. In this case the grass does indeed appear to be greener on the other side. The flock has noticed this tidbit as well. Part of our ewe-flock enjoying a late winter's day in some former CRP ground. Newborn lamb with his Sprayline A Border Leicester/Ile de France ewe taking her twins on a stroll through the pasture. Lambs in the handling yards. If you guarded sheep all day and night, you'd like a break too! Premier ewes searching for stockpiled forage in January 2007. Our wooled ewes spend the winter outdoors, eating stockpiled forage and eventually baleage. Premier’s flock trailing through a piece of former CRP ground. Grizzie, one of Premier's more experienced guards protecting her hungry ewes. Premier's ewe flock overlooking the northeast portion of the farm. Premier's flock at sunrise. One of our employee's arrived early one morning and quickly took advantage of this photo opportunity. Premier consultant Gordon S with his Great Pyrenees guardian and Ile De France flock. Wooled ewe lambs on Premier’s North Farm one early fall morning. These ewes are mostly of a Border Leicester Ile De France mix. Premier’s wool flock on the home farm. These ewes were bred to terminal sires starting October 30th. They wintered outdoors and were fed baleage.