Friday, March 09, 2012

Friday Dose of Cute: Taken Today, Version Two

Friday random lamb photos 1 - FarmgirlFare.com
(Click here for version one)

Lots more photos and a lamb report below. . .

Friday random lamb photos 2 - FarmgirlFare.com

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Current lamb count: 28. Number of mothers so far: 14. Days into lambing season: 15. Ram lambs: 15. Ewe lambs: 13. Sets of twins: 10. Sets of triplets: 2. First time mothers: 6. First time mothers who had twins: 5. First time mothers who had triplets: 1 (Friendly).

Sets of twins born between yesterday morning and this morning: 4. Pregnant ewes remaining: 6. Occupied rooms at the Bonding Suite Inn tonight: 6. Available rooms: 0. Number of lambs lost so far this lambing season: 0!

Just joining us for lambing season? Catch up with all the cute here.

© FarmgirlFare.com, lover of protective mothers, home of some serious sheep snuggling.

15 comments:

  1. Enjoyed the Lamb report, including the stats. Really cute pictures, too.

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  2. loving all the pictures- especially how all the dogs seem to be checking out the babies & getting acquainted, "hey there, im gonna make sure you stay safe & sound."

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  3. Susan, the shot of the little baby at the base of the tree won my heart. I am watching the tree and waiting for that little door to open and a woodland creature to emerge. ..a hobbit, one of your little owls? The whole set of pictures puts me over the moon.

    Congratulations on successful live birth count! Dare I ask if any bottle babies still on bottle?

    Hooray!

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  4. Ok, now for the next installment, please tell us what efforts you have underway to ensure they stay this little and cute. Thankyouverymuch.


    Tracy B.

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  5. They are all just sooo cute! Only six more to go, whew!!

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  6. REally enjoying this lamb report, beautiful mamas and cute and snuggly lambs. I just baked a batch of almond bars using apricot marmalade instead of raspberry jam, as usual they are delicious, even with two of us here they dont last long!
    They were also a very handy breakfast when camping in the highlands of Iceland last August, filling, sweet and they taste better the more squished and older they get haha
    Thank you for this amazing blog :)

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  7. Such well cared for animals, this is how it should always be, I love it

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  8. We always had goats and I think lambs are way cuter! Thanks for sharing the cuteness, and none lost! Amazing good fortune.

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  9. Wow!!! Thanks for the Lamb Report. The pictures are just too sweet for words.

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  10. Amazingly cute lambs! The lambs have such wonderful color to them. Is your ram colorful? Is that where they get such beautiful markings? Such a bright spot in my day. Thank you!

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  11. THE LAMBS ARE BEAUTIFUL! WE JUST PURCHASED A VERY SMALL 40 ACRE FARM LAST FALL AND ATE GETTING 4 LAMBS THIS SPRING. I CAN'T WAIT. THANKS FOR THE PICTURES!

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  12. I'm never disappointed when I come to your site!

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  13. Thanks for sharing such sweet photos of your sheep/lambs. Looks like they are being well cared for, especially by the 'watch-dogs'... You definitely have a barn full!!!

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  14. What a peaceable kingdom!

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  15. Very cute!

    What's that black long handle thing? A lamb net?

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