One of the yearlings had a set of twins in the pasture last night when I got home. Good ol' Penn, he stays right out there with them, and tips me off there are lambs. Sadly, the ewe lamb was stillborn, but the ram lamb is doing fine once he got dried off and fed. In the madness last night, I forgot to check her ear number, but I think its one of the "T" girls - either Tibbie or Tabbie.
While getting these lambs into the barn out of the chilly wind, Jillian had a whopping set of twins. Jill is natural colored, and she had a white ram and black ewe lamb. They have not stopped eating since they were born! Good thing Jill has lots of milk - she is going to need it. :^) Funny - last year, Jill's twins were tiny little girls. These lambs look half grown already. The ewe lamb is named "Piper".
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