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#MyCALSWork: Working from home on a sheep farm

This week’s #MyCALSWork features Sarah Lien, the Endpoint Support Technologist in the CALS IT department. Sarah is currently working mostly remotely from her family farm in Cambridge, WI where she also helps manage the family sheep flock. As lambing season gets underway, Sarah shared a few pictures of the new lambs in the barn.

A mother sheep with her new baby.
A set of triplets getting a helping hand from the youngest shepherds on the farm, Sarah’s nieces and nephew.

Sarah is occasionally joined in her home office by her nieces and nephews who are doing school remotely this year.

Cora (age 4) enjoyed the launch of the new Meat Science and Animal Biologics Discovery Building Website last fall. The playlist of meat-themed songs was a hit and so was the virtual confetti.

Thanks for sharing, Sarah!

Get in on the fun and share a photo representing your pandemic work life! Send us a photo and a short explanation via pix@cals.wisc.edu or share via social media by tagging @uwmadisoncals and using the hashtag #MyCALSWork (FacebookInstagramTwitter). You can send photos of a pet that often joins your virtual meetings, the great view that your remote office provides, a glimpse into your field or lab work, or anything that represents your work life during the pandemic.