Monday, March 16, 2015

Lamb Visit for a Dose of Cuteness


Instagram, Facebook, Blogger-cute lamb pics,everywhere!

We are not expecting most of our lambs for a few weeks yet. Yesterday we visited a friends farm, he has quite the assortment of lambs.

He raises many different breeds, and so you rarely seen any two that are alike-unless they are twins.





These little Scottish Black Face crosses were so adorable! Cutest lamb award-they would have earned it.



They may look a little like goats, but they are hair sheep.




Lambs that were born a few days ago and lambs that were born in January...

It is always fun visiting the Depew Farm-you never quite know what to expect, other than a wide variety of cuteness!


The Chicken Chick



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13 comments:

  1. Cuteness indeed. They are sooo fun to watch bounce around like they have springs on their toes.

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  2. Oh Sandra.. I love love them.. Especially, the black faced one.. I just want to hug them.. xo

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    1. Yes, that is the typical response to cute baby lambs. They got more than their share of hugs during the visit :)

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  3. Sandra,
    I enjoy your postings... the lambs are the best, always bring a smile & wonderful memories to start my day off.
    Thank you!!!!
    Grace

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  4. Absolutely adorable. Sometimes you just want to view a post just for it's cuteness. Thank you. I'm sure you can't wait to have your own bouncing all over your yard.
    Blessings,

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    1. The very next day we started having lambs :) Lambs can always bring a smile and cheer me up:) thanks for stopping by!

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  5. I almost can't stand how cute those lambs are. Especially the Scottish Blackface. I'd be willing to make rugs from its adult fiber just to cuddle it right now! Thanks for the pictures.

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    1. I have not tried spinning Scottish blackface, but heard they make great rug yarn, I do know that have the cutest lambs :)

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  6. There is just something so cuddly about baby critters but especially lambs! Thanks for sharing on the (mis)Adventures Mondays Blog Hop!!

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  7. Hi Sandra- I found your post on The Chicken Chick and had to click to see these adorable little babies! My mother-in-law has goats and they hippity hop around just the same. I love watching them, too much cuteness :)
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