Thursday, March 15

Farm Photo: 3/15/07

Gang Activity

A year of Farm Photos ago:
One And A Half Anonymous Hay Eaters


  1. pic!

    Love the lambs! Do they all lighten to white eventually, and if not, is it possible to tell when they're small which will stay dark or not?

  2. I love the lamb pictures. Its amazing how huge your lambs look, even though they are newborn. The girls have had four lambs here so far and they are all either Shetland or half Shetland so they are tiny litte mites. Full of spunk though. I normally have some Dorset babies but decided not to this year, so they are all going to be itty bitty babies this year. Its a great time of the year! I enjoy your blog and always the pictures.

  3. Run Buddy - it looks like they're going to eat you!

  4. You better watch out for those gangs. I've heard about a new gang out there composed of new born lambs that attack humans for their organic oats and homemade bread.

  5. That is just the cutest darn picture!

  6. These pictures are great! Makes me really want some sheep!

    Have a great weekend!

  7. Loudly out of my mouth, "LOOK AT THE BABIES!!!!" I am just in love. They are like Easter eggs; some solid, some speckled. Just too cute for words.

    My friend called and said they re-scheduled the shearing day and I am asking for the day off so that I can go. I am so excited the shearer couldn't come tomorrow. Best phone call this week!

  8. I still want to know - what the heck is Lucky Buddy Bear eating that the lambs would want? Sure looks like a gathering of the moochers!

  9. They look so inquisitive. I just love your lamb pics.

  10. Okay, that was a real 'duh' moment I had earlier earlier. Um, Tammy, of course I've had true black sheep born to white moms--since I started with white ewes and a black ram, I would have had to! Like I said, duh. : )

  11. I love them all - the Lucky Buddy Bear, the lambs, with their adorable black faces and shades of grey and blue and white....

    And seeing them all together, clusting around the Nanny Bear, is too sweet.



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