Sequim Daily Photo
Views of Sequim, the Olympic Peninsula. . .and beyond
Is this the Farm out in Happy Valley…straight out on Louella? The lambs are just adorable…I love the little black ones. But these are spotted?
Aww how cute. Here in Yorkshire it will not be long before I see the first lambs of the new year
Wow, already lambing?!
Is that early or normal?
Pat, no these were off of Woodcock Road. They are so cute, one was just hopping around-very animated.
London Caller, I don’t know whether it’s early or normal, lambing isn’t an area I know much about.
That baby is just adorable!
I grew up with sheep in WY and they lamb indoors in big sheds in January. When I was a child they lambed in the late spring out of doors. Fewer large flocks now. Big sheep ranches would have several “bands” a band is 1,000 head of sheep usually. Does anyone know what this breed is? The lambs are so cute!
I was so taken by the mottled lambs, I searched on Bing and I found a lot of interesting breeds of sheep on the internet. The sheep in question seem to be a breed named Norfolk Horn found in England. The description of the newborn lambs being mottled seem to bear this out. They are one of the ancient “Heath” breeds now being revived in small numbers.
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