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Betty
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PostSubject: Delivered safe and sound.   Wed Aug 26, 2009 12:37 pm

Well, the ewe here is one of my original bottle fed orphan lambs, she's a Border Leicester/Merino cross. She has had two sets of twins(ewe/ram and ram/ram) and thank heavens, although I am pretty sure she is only having a single lamb this time, at least she has a second daughter now. cheers She had trouble lambing so I pulled this one and golly, she is the strongest lamb at birth that I've seen, up and drinking in record time. They are safely tucked up in the stable so baby is warm. Baa-bie(first to lamb) has her boy down in the old milking shed.
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PostSubject: Re: Delivered safe and sound.   Wed Aug 26, 2009 1:28 pm

Awwww more cute lambs I love you Its beautiful.. thumb2
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