Lammy nursery!

It all started on February 1st, my birthday. Our Ariel had twins and I was thrilled she did it on my birthday. Ariel is a twin but she was bred to a singleton.

Ariels twins Whirld Works Farm

Next to lamb was Sparkle on Sunday afternoon she had a very sweet little girl.

Sparkles girl Whirld Works Farm

Then first thing this morning there was another set of twins born to Sybil. She was not a twin but I bred her to a twin and she had twins!

Sybil’s Twins Whirld Works Farm

Then my old girl Wanda had a huge baby boy later this morning. We are so excited to see all these babies. It looks like two more ewes are going to lamb but if they do it will not be for a few weeks.

Wanda’s big boy Whirld Works Farm

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