Cee’s Black and White Challenge:
I will wager most people saw the grass
in this photo, posted last week…
These are the fences which I used to erect and demolish,
with a bit of care it still has plenty of years of life.
Signs of modern times…the rubbish bins.
Tying knots on in wire is a skill which is fast dying out.
This appears to be where a header, or combine,
has entered the paddock to strip the grain.
To replace it will cost around $10,000 per kilometre…
so I have been told.
This post would have cost $1-$2.
To replace it will cost around $10 per post.
However, these ewes and lambs would not even see
this fence if there was no feed on their side of the fence.
The lamb has villain written all over its face.