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Ella (Y1003), daughter of Aretha at approximately 4 weeks. Photo by Megan Dickie Visit our farm site: terrapingardensfarm.com
Kamora (Y1005), daughter of Annisette at approximately 3 weeks. Photo by Megan Dickie Visit our farm site: terrapingardensfarm.com
Louis (G1001), son of Nina at approximately 4 weeks. Photo by Megan Dickie Visit our farm site: terrapingardensfarm.com
Riker (Y1001), daughter of Zinnia at approximately 4 weeks. Photo by Megan Dickie Visit our farm site: terrapingardensfarm.com
- Not Nessie
I have been trying to capture the lambs playing their favourite game, Hop on the Llama. This photo sucks, but I still think it is at least proof this game happens! Guinness, the llama, is facing the camera and has his ears back. He's not amused, but he lets them play. Good llama!
- Twin Sister Ewe Lambs
Anisette (far left) and her two ewe lambs out and about on their second day out of the catch.
- Curious Ram Lamb
Nina's ram lamb checks me out
- Manta Sniffs
Manta sniffs for the second-born of her twins, a 6lb 1oz all-white ewe lamb.
- Caramel's Ewe Lamb
so big and so independent, so soon.
- Hello Lamb!
Aretha's ewe lamb keeps an eye on me.
Manta teaches her first-born lamb, a 6lb 2oz brown ram lamb how to nurse.
Manta bathed her lambs for the first few hours of their lives.
- Still Sticky
The brown ram lamb is still sticky, but will be licked clean by his mother soon enough.
- How now, brown ram lamb
Another cutie !
- Hello, I am 2 hours old, who are you?
I stuck the camera through the small opening in the jug wall to take this close-up of Manta's all-white ewe lamb.