Today we had three lambs, which caught me by surprise. Dovey had twin males, and her last lamb was a single, born 6 months ago on Oct 19, 2013. And Yvonne had a big single male, and her last twins were born 6 months ago on Oct. 15th, 2013. They are safe and sound in … Continue reading
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Kaylon’s first set of lambs, and they are triplets. Born April 10th to Louisa.
Elrond, Ivanhoe, Ichabod. We had not been able to come up with a grand enough name for our beautiful new Katahdin ram, until now. We have named him Kalon. “Who is Kalon,” you may ask? I’m happy to tell you. Kalon Wall is the executive chef and co-owner, along with Christopher and Natalie Phillips, of … Continue reading
Chryptorchids and Katahdins
We love our Dorpers. Many of them are pure Dorper, which itself is a South African breed developed in the 30’s as a very hardy meat sheep which has hair instead of regular wool. The others have been crossed with other meat breeds such as Katahdin which makes them more colorful than just pure white or … Continue reading
Yesterday Luna had twin girls and rejected one. I have noticed a trend, that if lambs are born in the night, it is more likely that confusion sets in and the first lamb born is not bonded with like the second. But this darling, strong lamb, named Jen, has so much personality and determination. We … Continue reading