You just have to love lambs. We have new lambs arriving every day. :)
You have been making my days with all the lamb pics. Thank you for letting me bring these images into my world when normally I would never see these lovely beings.
One of my ewes just had FOUR lambs! What was she thinking? So far, she is happily taking care of the group, but I hope to graft one onto another ewe with less lambs, although no one else has volunteered to HAVE any lambs, as I think they don't want to be saddled with the stray lamb!Have you encountered any quads ever at Lamb Camp? If so, how was the situation handled?
Those crazy sheeps. What are they thinking ;-). We try to graft two to someone(s) else and if no takers, they go to the lamb bar.
It looks lie they couldn't be happier! So adorable.
I am so glad our flock is built and we are near ready for the trip to get them! We will have to be patient though no lambs for a breeding cycle. I get my lamb fix here.
Holy smokes! Was the ram especially romantic with her:)
It IS! :-)
I have a lamb or two that you can have!!!
How are they doing? :)
That's such a peaceful photo! Relaxing in the sunshine with other sheep around must be a great way for them to spend their days.
Hanging out in the sunshine, with your siblings, and your mama and her friends.........Perfect. Love the baby's smiling face................... :-)
What a lovely picture! I do believe one is smiling!! So cute.
Sunshine. Mama and milk. No wonder that baby is smiling!
Lovely babies! Then there are the quads........MOMA!!
Looks like it's pretty good being a mama sheep too. :)
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