We came home from work to a pair of ram lambs out of one of my Shetland X-bred ewes.
Faith x Crosswinds Thor rams
Then just after supper, I did a barn check and found a ewe and a ram.
Sheltering Pines Anais Anais x Crosswinds Thor
|Fawn kat ram-Pluto|
|Jasmine-sorry, I couldn't help myself........she's so darned cute|
I really need a spotted, fine-fleeced katmoget ewe; just sayin' She'd fit in a small dog crate..... ;-)ReplyDelete
Actually, she's already in a small dog crate. That's her bed when she not terrorizing my cats. :) This is from a breeding that I was REALLY looking forward to seeing, so she's has to hang around for at least a little while.Delete
They are so cute and adorable. I just like baby animals. It comes from growing up on the farm. I would still like to live in the country if I could. Babies always seem to come in the winter months and that is one thing I never understood. Have a great day. Hugs and Prayers Your Missouri FriendReplyDelete
I am SO enthralled with these little ones - they are so darling! Hope you get some sleep. TanyaReplyDelete
The melting snow in Wales has uncovered a lot of Spring lambs which could not find cover, because they were not Winter lambs - very sad.ReplyDelete
I have been following those stories, they are heartbreaking.Delete
Out of curiosity for much did Faith's lambs weigh? More than a typical Shetland?ReplyDelete
About 8-9#'s eachReplyDelete