Ummm, yeah... uh, remember when we said we weren't going to have any lambs this winter 'cause we had a bad hay crop?We got rid of all our rams last spring so there was no danger of them getting in with the ewes.
Soooo, explain how we found this this morning...I would guess that one of our so called weathers (a castrated sheep) is hiding something. All I can say is that I didn't do the castrating last year.
We asked the ewe who it was who did this but she's not talkingSo I asked Togo who it was but he said he wouldn't rat anyone out. All he could tell me was that there were more to come.
Looks like a little barb cross. If it is colored it can come and live here when it's mom is sick of it.
It is cute, but not at this time of the year. I really don't want to hear about a missed wether impregnating ewes. I have one that I caught breeding and when I separated him out discovered that I messed up the weathering job. )c: I don't want to think of lambing in February.
But it is nice to know that I am not the only one who does this flub ups.
wow now that is a surprise!
awwww, it's cute!! I'm with Sarah, nice surprise!
I know what that lamb's name is gonna be! Your little Christmas miracle.
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