1919: "I joined the lamb club because on our dry farm - sheep grazing country - there are lots of bum lambs. If someone does not rescue them, they die. I decided to rescue all I could. Papa called me at 4 a.m. to ride 10 or 12 miles to sheep camps. When I got a little lamb, I'd go home and feed it with a spoon until it was strong enough to suck on the bottle. Soon I turned lambs loose on the green pasture. . . .Coyotes are bad early in the morning and late at night. Sometimes I would take the gun and go keep the coyotes away. I raised 25 good lambs." -- Adaline Moses, 4-H, LaBelle, Idaho. "People & Programs" Winter 2012, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho.
Note: I am not related to Adaline. All I know abt her is the above entry & she sounds like quite a gal.