Sunday, May 10, 2020

Happy Mother's Day - Lamb Camp Edition











These are California Reds at Morgandell Farm in Cynthiana, Kentucky.  One is a new puzzle :-).


12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the beautiful pictures Sara!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful pictures. I was wondering what 'color' these sheep would be called. The little brown lambs look quite a bit different than the Biscuit and early.

M in NC

Michelle said...

I don't recall you ever sharing photos of this breed before. Is the breeder new to your area, or was this your first spring helping at their lambing?

I need orange said...

Love that red-brown. Do they shed their fleece? (Looking under the mamas, I see what looks like hunks of loose fleece.)

I need orange said...

ps -- love to work your puzzles. :-)

So many of the puzzles on that site are stolen images. I can't justify to myself enriching thieves by working the stolen images they post!

sophy0075 said...

I thought so. The lambs were a bit too dark for Tunis, and the ears weren't as eastern style.

Happy Mother's Day!

thecrazysheeplady said...

New breeder in the area :-D. I met her at the spring fiber festival last year. Beautiful sheep, super nice person :-).

I don't think they shed. She scissor sheared them herself this spring so they'd be ready for lambing and probably missed a spot ;-).

I agree about the stolen pictures. However, if there's a way to profit off the puzzles, I'm not aware of it. Still...

LannieK said...

Nice photos! What a beautiful color of fleece ~ I think you need a couple of these, just saying...

Dona said...

These CA Reds are beautiful! You should add a few to your flock. Early would love a Red lamb friendand you would, too.

Terry and Linda said...

Happy Sheeps Mother's Day, Sara

Far Side of Fifty said...

Very interesting sheeps, the color of the little lambies is awesome! Happy Mommas day to all and you too Sara you are the bestest sheep Mom ever!

Shirley said...

The next cutest thing to baby horses is baby sheep! Tey are adorable. Love the colour. You must get a fleece for a sweater!

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