2020 Lambing season is here

2020 First lamb

We’ve been watching the ewes carefully for the past two weeks as it became apparent the ladies were getting close to having their babies.
This morning we went to the barn to let them out to pasture. Hiding behind one of the ewes was a brand new baby lamb.
Momma and lamb
Upon closer inspection we discovered it was a girl and is Sparkle’s very first baby.
Sparkle is the oldest girl born on our farm, born on Christmas day, 2017. She is a very pretty lady with a beautiful long fleece.
This is also the first baby for the daddy, Ansel.
Now that lambing has officially begun, we’re expecting an exciting week to come.
If you’d like to help us name this little darling, please comment below (This year’s names will start with the letter “B”.
2020 First Lamb

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