Wednesday, September 23

Wordless Wednesday Dose of Cute

Want to see more little lambs?
Lambing Season 2006 Photos & Reports
Lambing Season 2007 Photos & Reports
Lambing Season 2008 Part 1
Lambing Season 2008 Part 2
Lambing Season 2009
More Sheep Stories & Photos
Farm Stories & Farm Life Tidbits

© Copyright 2009, the getting ready for breeding season 2009 foodie farm blog (and lambing season 2010 in the exciting new sheep barn which is already almost done! More photos soon!) where moments like the one above always make me smile—and this photo has been hiding in my files since I snapped it back in May of 2007.


  1. What is the little fellow doing in that plastic container?

  2. Hi Patricia,
    Just being a curious kid! Little lambs are very playful and love to climb on and in things, as you can see here. : )

  3. Man, every time I look at your blog I want to head out and buy a sheep farm! I can't wait to see how your new barn turns out!

  4. Hi there,have you consider wood ovens for baking ? They are getting very popular here in Australia.

    I look at your beautiful lambs, are they DAMARAS ? We are starting with them are they are great...but no wooll.
    Thank you for a magnificent site.
    Albert the Latin


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