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Checking In With The Lambs

Robin McConaughy

Robin McConaughy

Double Brook FarmOh my. As of yesterday morning, there were 74 ewes that have lambed and 135 lambs born. It’s an explosion! And there are about 130 ewes yet to go. Again, oh my.

Double Brook FarmThe scene looks quite peaceful from afar…

Double Brook FarmBut as Brett, Jess and Phillip draw near, it’s clear there is a lot more going on than what appears. Lambdemonium!

Double Brook FarmThere are some with triplets.

Double Brook FarmThere are some literally just born and looking to nurse for the first time.

Double Brook FarmThere are packs of lambs running around and stirring up trouble.

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Double Brook FarmIt is exhausting!

Double Brook FarmAnd after guarding all night like a boss…

Double Brook FarmEven Bea needs a rest.

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