Saturday, April 21, 2012

Lambs arriving

This is really a test to see if the new Blogger format works.  I'll be back to edit.  (Days later, still don't understand the changed format or how to access)

But it's true-- Shetland ewe lamb, Little Red Oak Trillium, had a white ram lamb on Tuesday.  Uneventful delivery, for us anyway.  We were gone.  She did it all by herself.
On Thursday, Finn ewe, Kora the spotty cow-sheep delivered just two lambs.  She had triplets last year, so, oh well.  And nearly solid black, no wild carnival-splashed up lambs.

Little Annie, the Shetland pet, had moorit twins by Friday a.m.-- boy and girl--
and now it's quiet in the lamb barn.

1 comment:

Becky Utecht said...

Congrats on your new lambs and uneventful deliveries. There's nothing wrong with twins in my book. I'd take twins any day over having to deal with bottle lambs. Continued good luck with your lambing, you don't need any extra stress in your life right now.