Posts Tagged: sheep

Sheep in Chutes

Conducting research for historical fiction is usually interesting, sometimes dull, but occasionally yields an odd or funny story. I found this little story while reading The Army Air Forces in World War II, Volume 1: Plans and Early Operations: September 1939 to August 1942 by Wesley F. Craven and James L. Cate (Washington DC: Office… Read more »

Better Than Sheep?

Sheep, sheep, sheep. What can I say about sheep? 1) Sheep need water to survive, but they can’t tell clean water from dirty water. 2) Sheep need food, but can’t tell good grass from poisonous plants. 3) Sheep will graze the same land over and over until it becomes eroded. 4) When sheep are attacked,… Read more »