More photos and a lamb report below. . .
Little lambs love to run and jump and play and inspect (and nibble on) every little thing. Sheep TV is so much fun to watch. These photos were all taken back on February 12th. Oh, how the time has flown—and how much they've already grown.
Current lamb count: 19. Number of mamas: 9. Sets of twins: 7. Sets of triplets: 2. (Not a single single!) Lost lambs: 1. Number of pregnant sheep remaining: 1 (but I think she may be faking). Number of days since the last lambs were born: 6. Number of days since lambing season began: 34 (which is way too many considering how few ewes we bred). The word I never want to hear again: mastitis. Cute overload factor: off the charts.
Just joining us for lambing season? Catch up with all the cute here.
© FarmgirlFare.com, where today is the only day of the year that gives a command—a fun little fact I learned back in first or second grade and have never forgotten. And that big white thing in the back of the last photo is a homemade prototype PVC/cattle panel hay feeder that bit the dust. We've since switched to all steel.