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Roll Call, Part 2

February 26, 2011

Wow, it has been quite a ride since I posted last. I’m still pretty sleep-deprived but got caught up a bit last night. We are over two-thirds done with lambing with 15 ewes to go over the next 10 days or so. Once we get past this weekend’s weather, we should have some really nice sunshine in which to finish up. I have lots of lamb stories to tell, but for now, I’ll post some more pictures of this year’s crop for your enjoyment. Remember–girls get names, boys get numbers.

Arcadia is a really good first time mama, and Meeker has some interesting markings.

Des Moines is incredibly anti-social, but she is a *great* mother

SoHo and her daughter Chelsea look so much alike, we call this lamb "Mini-Me"

Sophie knows that next to the black water trough is the warmest place to lay

Gotebo (pronounced "Goaty-bo" for you non-Okies) is a fantastic mama. Her daughter, Granite (on the right) is one of the prettiest lambs born this year.

Beulah and her sons enjoy some sun. She sure is a proud mama.

These are two of my favorite ewe lambs--check out those spots! Way to go, Washoe!

I would have liked to have gotten another girl out of Lakota, but perhaps that would be more personality than the farm can handle!

Maui had a big strapping boy her first time out

Say hello to Stillwater, one of my favorite ewes, and her daughters, Glencoe and Yale.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. February 26, 2011 10:20 pm

    Absolutely adorable photos!

  2. joanne permalink
    December 11, 2011 5:56 am

    just too beautiful!! love these bits of innocence and gentleness!

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