Lambing Update….

Texel lambs are the cutest, stockiest little lambs I think I’ve ever seen.  Growing up on a sheep farm my entire life I’ve seen a lot of cute lambs.


Itchy leg.

Lunch time.

One of the six ewes here to be bred by our rams and lambed out.  Isn’t she pretty!

The newest breed addition to our farm, twin Romanov ewe lambs.  These two are full Romanov and will be kept back for breeding on our farm.  Romanovs are known for their prolifacy, breeding out of season, being good foragers, and excellent parasite resistance (which we have already witnessed on our own farm).

That is it from our farm for the day!  Have a blessed Sunday.


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