Monday, March 24, 2014

Are You Ready For Some Lamb Camp?

How about these adorable Babydoll Southdown lambs at Bergamascos' Babydoll Brigade?











Michelle's neat ID collars, ready for a set of just born triplets :-).

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Speaking of adorable baby lambs, does anyone know a way for US folks to watch Lambing Live?


23 comments:

Willow said...

Cuteness overload !! I Just want to squeeze them and hug them !!
Lovely each and every one !

majorasue said...

Juniper Moon Farm (http://www.fiberfarm.com/) has a lamb cam in the barn. I don't think she's lambing for another month or so, but worth keeping an eye out for it. I'm enjoying sitting out with the goat kids here and being used as a jungle gym.

I'm gonna tell Mom! said...

That grey one. I could just kiss it right on the lips.
kim

small farm girl said...

I love these kind of sheep. They are so cute!

Jenny Glen said...

SO CUTE! I have this theory that Babydoll Southdowns need their cheeks pinched!

Stephen Andrew said...

That precious little black baby is smiling!!!! AHHH. So cute. I want him/her!

DianeOart said...

You can watch "Lambing Live" easily on Youtube the episodes are all posted there...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4XtXaByKvE

Sheepmom said...

They look like little Ewoks. I'd totally watch Lambing Live. MY kind of reality show! Great to see lambs AND ground that doesn't have snow on it. :-/

Andee said...

I need a flock of them.

Lori Skoog said...

And I thought you were going to tell me you had a new bottle baby! Are they the the sweetest things or what?

Michelle said...

What?!? You're not at Lamb Camp Boulderneigh???

Shelley said...

Sara, are you on Instagram? If you ever are, follow Benjamin Hole and The Running Shepherdess - some video from their sheep and cattle farm in England, and pics of their beautiful landscape, dogs...

Far Side of Fifty said...

Ah that black one could steal lots of hearts:)

Keechy said...

I love the faces of Southdowns!

Miha Giustina said...

So, Sara, will one of these cuties move to your farm?!

Mine is not a suggestion. Just wondering...:-)

www.bergamascosbabydollbrigade.com said...

Wonderful pictures as always. Thank you for visiting, Sara!

karen said...

Oh how sweet!! Loved the baby photos :)

Tombstone Livestock said...

Wish they weren't so far away I would bring one home with me.

Susan Mckee-Nugent said...

AWWWWWWW, smiling is right. How could one NOT be happy just looking at them?

Maureen Kuppe said...

Just looking at the cute photos makes me smile huge... I can't imagine how silly I would act if I were out there with those adorable babes.

Pam said...

Aaaarrggghhhh!!! I need a lamb!! Can't stand the level of cuteness.

Stacey at Fearn Abbey Needleworks said...

Oh my gosh! I love Lamb Camp! It's lambs-a-poppin' around here. Today, Ian and I drove around "lamb looking". I'm on cuteness overload for sure! I wish we were getting more babies this year, but Ian said absolutely NO WAY. That is, no way until next year. :-) Snowball and Doodle will have to remain babies for another year. Snowball is good with this!

Sr. Mary Elizabeth Tebo, fsp said...

Such a proud look on the momma lamb faces! Baby lamb snorgling in the best remedy for these cold springtime days. Great captures of the sweetest smiles, Sara!!!

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