I'll start off with a ewe lamb, because I'm sure her new WI owner would like to see how she's coming along. The above little lady is by Whispering Pines Saturday Night, out of Underhill Bar.
This twin spotty, smooth polled ram lamb is also by Saturday Night, out of Lil'Country Cleopatra (Bluff Country Kokomo X Justalit'l Lacey). I sure am loving seeing spotted lambs again after a long withdrawl.
This nice moorit fellow is by Fox Meadow Sheamus, out of Lil'Country Moss Rose. He sure looks like Sheamus. If I decide to show at Jefferson, this might be my show boy.
That's going to be pretty much it for ram lambs this year. I've culled the rest already. A few of them grew larger scurs and I didn't think anyone would want them. One just had a just awful tail out of nowhere.
I'll get some photos of my ewe lambs soon, darn it I've got a few of them out there I really like.
Netty lost one of her lambs after about a week. It simply failed to thrive. The other is doing fine, again looks like Sheamus. He really put a stamp on his get. I'm going to name the lamb Nabby, after the daughter of John Adams. (If you haven't seen the "John Adams" HBO mini-series, check it out. It's absolutely incredible.)
Netty also developed mastitis, my first case ever. Antibiotics saved her from losing that half of her bag and she is doing very well. She looks better than she usually does this time of year, has some weight on her. Still her usual loud self, bellowing for her treat everyday. Spoiled rotten.