Friday, March 23, 2012

Zoe`s Request!

Managed to get a few shots this morning, but need to get some sleep. So enjoy!

Twins, 12 hours old.

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Below is the Orphan pens. Not as bad as it sounds, most of these, are as a result of Triplets, Mother can only manage two, so we rear these away from the herd.

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Below, Mother and twins.

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8 comments:

  1. Out on the prairie has left a new comment on your post "Zoe`s Request!":

    pretty wild stuff, like the metal mom

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  2. Awww how cute. I used to share my field with sheep. The Grandfoal was most disgusted with her other granny for sending a sheep that the Grandfoal had hand reared to market. "It hadn't done anything wrong" she sobbed.

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  3. These pics are flashbacks to my youth. I had a small flock of sheep raised from "orphans." Lambing time was always exciting. Thanks...And Zoe is the name of our dog, a Miniature Pinscher.

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  4. Hi Ron, sounds like we have all something somewhere in common!

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  5. Thanks for the photos- such cute li'l rascals. I wants some.

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  6. I had no idea twins were common but I gather that triplets are not uncommon either? Cute little things!

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  7. I love when you post (and explain) about the sheep. I would have worried about those orphans. I got a cushy cover for my iPhone and I'll do my best not to drop it. Thanks for the heads up!

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  8. Just looked over the blog comments:
    Triplets are quite common, we have around 60 ewes with triplets on board yet to be born.
    Thanks Annette for the kind comments.
    Shirley? After a few weeks of this, you wouldnt !!Lol!

    Back out in an hour, my OH is on duty at the moment.

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