My Flock

These are my sheep, from oldest to youngest, that had the opportunity to produce lambs in the spring of 2015. These pictures were taken before their wool grew longer again.

To view the pedigree for each sheep, just click on the picture:

The Ewes:

My Little Sheep LucyLucy

My Little Sheep ThereaTherea

My Little Sheep DaffneyDaffney

My Little Sheep AmieAmie

My Little Sheep KaatjeKaatje

My Little Sheep CloverClover

My Little Sheep AngelaAngela
My Little Sheep SundaeSundae
My Little Sheep ElyseElyse
My Little Sheep RebeccaRebecca
My Little Sheep AnnieAnnie
My Little Sheep AbigailAbigail
My Little Sheep ScarlettScarlett

My Little Sheep EllaMaeElla

My Little Sheep ArielAriel
My Little Sheep JewelJewel
My Little Sheep JulietteJuliette
My Little Sheep JilleneJillene
My Little Sheep TulipTulip
My Little Sheep LilacLilac
My Little Sheep DandelionDandelion
My Little Sheep KenziKenzi
My Little Sheep PippiPippi
My Little Sheep JasmineJasmine
My Little Sheep VitaVita
My Little Sheep TabithaTabitha
My Little Sheep SereneSerene
My Little Sheep SashaSasha
My Little Sheep KellyKelly
My Little Sheep FinleyFinley
My Little Sheep EmberEmber
My Little Sheep KaaliKaali
My Little Sheep Ella MaeElla Mae
My Little Sheep BelleBelle
My Little Sheep DaisyDaisy
My Little Sheep IsabellaIsabella
My Little Sheep DarleneDarlene
My Little Sheep ShirazShiraz

 

The Rams:

My Little Sheep HuldrychHuldrych
My Little Sheep GibbonsGibbons
My Little Sheep SydneySydney
My Little Sheep DonkerDonker
My Little Sheep EdgerEdger
My Little Sheep NoirNoir

My Little Sheep Watson

Watson (2014 lamb)

My Little Sheep RavenRaven (2014 lamb)

Ewe Lambs:

Although too young yet, these are the ewe lambs that may produce lambs in 2016. For now, they are helping to mow the front yard:

My Little Sheep - ewe lambs

I like to keep the young ones nearby, so I can have lots of interactions with them during their first year. This results in ewes that are trusting and easy to work with the rest of their lives.

Other Ewes:

Also in my flock are some older ewes that have earned retirement, and are enjoying a life of simply grazing. They like to babysit the lambs once they are weaned from their mothers, and also live with the young ones during breeding season.

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