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Blue Back at Double Brook Farm

Robin McConaughy

Robin McConaughy


Some have been asking where Blue is and when she's getting back. Well, she's finally back and has learned so much about herding! Here she is getting ready to ‘walk on'.


The sheep, naturally, take umbrage when they catch sight of Blue and retreat to the far corners of the paddock.


But with a little prodding, she has them in a group and on the move.


She keeps going until Jon says ‘there'. Then, she waits for the next command.


Finally, the sheep go to their new location.


And it's time to head back in.


But I think if you were to ask Blue what she really enjoys doing, it would be hanging out with her new best friend, Cisco!


We can all agree that he's pretty cute.


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