Saturday, January 21, 2017

Free range organic farm

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Friday a neighbor-friend picked me up and we drove out to visit a big organic farm and to buy goat yogurt, white cheese, and labaneh.
This mega-dog was in a paddock with some bucks and rams.


Many of the cattle were basking in the warm sun.
It is not often that you see free-range cattle, sheep, goats, and chickens these days.
It made me happy.


Only the parrots were enclosed.


The view from the farm's dairy and shop has changed since I was there last summer.
The West Bank (which starts just across the road) is now behind a concrete separation wall.


The security fence and/or wall is not yet finished.
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(Linking to Camera Critters and SkyWatch Friday.)
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8 comments:

Alice said...

I wish we could live in a world without walls. I love to see animals free roaming , we have a farm up the highway, and all their animals are free range, you can really notice the taste in the meat from what you buy in a market.

Kay said...

I wish we had more of these free range farms where animals can be free.

William Kendall said...

The dog's a sweetie, but no doubt a good guard dog.

Cloudia said...

Love to see the animals free ranging

crystal said...

Too many factory farms, not enough free range - this looks like a good place for animals to live. The dog looks huge :)

sandyland said...

wonderful

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Your doggy friend in the first shot is too gorgeous gorgeous Dina 😊 Echoing Alice above, how wonderful it would be not to have separation walls at all.

don said...

A fine series of pictures that show the conditions. That's a great looking dog. I'm interested in your living place and the wall.
I like hearing about the current situation there.