I'm a bit behind on my blog posts, had to take some time to spend with family over Easter weekend. I only had 2 lambs born since the last explosion of little ones last Friday morning. Garnet had a very classy little moorit krunet sokket ram lamb and his fleece has got me a little excited, I'm hoping it stays nice as he matures. Farrah, a ewe I leased from Lori of Sommarang Farm for 2 years, had a flashy little moorit flecket ewe lamb with great looking fleece on Easter Sunday in the afternoon. My first singles this year, and since both are so nice, I don't mind that they had singles one little bit.
If I repeat myself between posts or babble on incoherently, I apologize, but the lack of sleep is kicking my butt this week. I don't really know why I think I have to get up so much, most of the time the ewes just look at me like I'm out of my mind as they take care of their lambs that didn't need my assistance at all. I do know that the lambing pens that we built in the shed this year are a huge improvement over past year's. The inside pens are now filled and once the cold snap moves through tomorrow, mom's and babies are heading for the great outdoors. I have 6 ewes left that have not lambed, and I have no idea what they are waiting for, but I need some sleep and had a nice long chat with them last night at 2 am. And out of the corner of my eye, I could swear that I saw them take their hoof and make twirly motions around the side of their head and I'm 99.9% certain that one of them rolled their eyes at me. I get no respect from them. (sheesh)
|Granet X Bug: John Lennon|
(I've now got all the Beetles names: Ringo, Lennon, McCartney, Harrison)
|Farrah X Camden: Reba|
Sweet Dreams everyone. :)
Boy, I WOULD be having sweet dreams if I got flashy little lambs like those! SOMEday I'm gonna have me a pretty, fine-fleeced, spotted ewe....ReplyDelete
I have no doubt what so ever that you will have some stunning lambs that will make us all green with envy.Delete
Thanks John!! BTW-I'm hoping to get to the UK in 2013, Scotland and maybe the Shetland Islands!Delete
Reba is STUNNING.ReplyDelete
Saw your comment on Going Gently this morning, and just wanted to say, hear hear! Well said.ReplyDelete
You have gorgeous lambs! I hope those six girls have done their duty by now and you're getting some sleep!
Thank you Judith, kind words indeed.Delete
Reba is stunning!! Is she a keeper?ReplyDelete
Reba needs to come to New Hampshire, Kelly! She is adorable! I don't need no stinkin' moorit! I need some flash! :0)ReplyDelete