We suspected the poor animals had probably had enough of being pushed around the field by various dog walkers and had attempted the ovine equivalent of The Great Escape. It turned out it was the second time that day that the grazier had to return the animals to their field.
It also appeared the presence of the sheep wasn’t overly popular with some of the locals; one of who felt the need to complain about them being there. It left the grazier questioning why he bothered farming, if he work was not being valued.
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