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Spring Is Really Here – And The Lambs Are Here With It!

Robin McConaughy

Robin McConaughy


Every morning for the next several weeks, there will be a mini explosion of life on the field. The lambs are coming. This little guy, above, was born minutes before this picture was taken.


The ewes have ‘been to the rodeo' (well, most of them), and are waiting patiently for their turn.


Or, gently showing the new ones the ropes.


This Dorper (below) was born just about an hour before this photo was taken and he's already cleaned, fed and ready to explore.


Sometimes Brett has to give a new mother an idea where her baby is before she walks off…


But mostly the ewes are ever vigilant as to the whereabouts of their charges.


And if there's any shenanigans, Bea is keeping watch, too. We love spring…


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