When you think of sheep, rarely does the word ‘camouflage’ come to mind to describe the woolly animal. Canadian farmer Liezel Kennedy went to tend to her flock of 500 when she realized they had disappeared. She got in her car in Shamrock, Saskatchewan to find them. Kennedy said she “drove right by them the first time.” The field is mostly covered by snow this time of year, so finding the light brown herd may seem easy to do. Kennedy shared photos of her animals to prove that it is possible to ‘lose’ that many sheep. She may have to give her fields a splash of color to avoid this predicament.
Could hardly find my sheep this morning! #farm365 #farmlife #sheep #snow pic.twitter.com/KodWgV9fCy — Liezel Kennedy (@pilgrimfarms) November 5, 2015