The last twin ewe lambs were born last night. (Not quite accurate: two more ewes can lamb in another few weeks.
However, the first big wave ends with the new ewe lambs.
Stats: 30 lambs born to 13 ewes; I think it's about 22 ewes to 8 rams. Wow.
Anyway, a teaser-- here is the last ewe that lambed, Little Red Oak Candy, a photo taken 3 weeks ago. She is a surprisingly spotted ewe, friendly, out of LittleRedOak Licorice Snap and White Pines Parker.
She was bred to Kimberwood Harrison, a black gulmoget ram, but then she went back to the ewe barn, where the little spotted Finn ram lamb was hanging with the older ewes-- drum roll to see her babies' pictures in a day or two... dimly lit, indoor lamb shots are rarely worth the trouble...