Today I Baled Some Hay to Feed the Sheep the Coyotes Eat [NOOK Book]

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Sheepman Bill Stockton is considered perhaps the finest artist Montana has produced since Charlie Russell, and he is also the celebrated author of this classic illustrated memoir—a wise, humorous, and sometimes shocking glimpse into what he termed “the problems of being a sheep and a few of the problems of people who care for them.” But “this book will do more than amuse you or give you moments of enjoyment or teach you about sheep,” observed Sue Mathews of Eastern Montana College in Billings, in her foreword to ...

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Today I Baled Some Hay to Feed the Sheep the Coyotes Eat

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Overview

Sheepman Bill Stockton is considered perhaps the finest artist Montana has produced since Charlie Russell, and he is also the celebrated author of this classic illustrated memoir—a wise, humorous, and sometimes shocking glimpse into what he termed “the problems of being a sheep and a few of the problems of people who care for them.” But “this book will do more than amuse you or give you moments of enjoyment or teach you about sheep,” observed Sue Mathews of Eastern Montana College in Billings, in her foreword to the original 1983 edition. “It will teach you something about yourself.”

This new edition, which features Stockton’s beautiful illustrations, is a must for all Western art aficionados, as well as residents of and visitors to Montana.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780762758067
  • Publisher: Globe Pequot Press
  • Publication date: 9/15/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 5 MB

Meet the Author

Bill Stockton was born in Minnesota in 1921 and grew up in central Montana. He studied art in Paris on the GI Bill and returned to Montana in the 1950s, where he raised sheep and pursued painting, sculpture, and drawing. He died at his Grass Range home in 2002.

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Sheepman Bill Stockton is considered perhaps the finest artist Montana has produced since Charlie Russell, and he is also the celebrated author of this classic illustrated memoir—a wise, humorous, and sometimes shocking glimpse into what he termed “the problems of being a sheep and a few of the problems of people who care for them.” But “this book will do more than amuse you or give you moments of enjoyment or teach you about sheep,” observed Sue Mathews of Eastern Montana College in Billings, in her foreword to the original 1983 edition. “It will teach you something about yourself.”

This new edition, which features Stockton’s beautiful illustrations, is a must for all Western art aficionados, as well as residents of and visitors to Montana.
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