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Jun
26

She’s still alive!

And so is he!

He’s a little dirty right there.


They are the best of friends. She is bigger than him, and a few days older, and he just hops around the yard after her like she is a magnet.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on June 26, 2011  

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  1. 6-26
    3:17
    am

    Aw that is so cute! He loves her! He wants to be her friend! I want them! xD

  2. 6-26
    4:46
    am

    My heart is melting! :heart: :sheep:

  3. 6-26
    7:45
    am

    I want to see the hopping!!

  4. 6-26
    8:20
    am

    Me too! I’d love to see the hopping. Seriously, a cuteness overload.

  5. 6-26
    8:38
    am

    I’ve been wondering what happened to the little lambs. I’m so glad to hear that they are doing well. They’re really cute. I love the way sheep hop around so a video really would be great.

  6. 6-26
    8:55
    am

    :snoopy: Prayers are an amazing thing. We all have sent the love your way.

  7. 6-26
    9:46
    am

    Thank you for this update. I was wondering about them just yesterday.

  8. 6-26
    10:20
    am

    He’s so cute! Little boys are often a little dirty. It’s only natural.

    Remind me again why you can’t keep both of them.

  9. 6-26
    10:31
    am

    Absolutely adorable! I would love to see a video of them too.Why couldn’t you neuter the boy and keep him for wool?

  10. 6-26
    10:41
    am

    :snoopy: Oh sweet Jesus they are stinkin cute..
    Love love love..your a lucky girl.
    Hugs Granny Trace
    http://www.grannytracescrapsandsquares.com

  11. 6-26
    10:43
    am

    they are cutie pies and honey pies.

  12. 6-26
    11:02
    am

    Been wondering about them. Glad to see they’re doing well. They are almost as cute as baby goats!

  13. 6-26
    11:14
    am

    We find it difficult to sell wool. Unless you’re willing (and have the time) to put in the time to process it (and it’s quite a job, when you’re talking about numerous fleeces, to take them from the raw state to something processed enough to be worth good money), raw wool sells very cheaply (if you can sell it). The pasture and feed consumed by an adult ram (which this boy lamb will be before you know it) is far more expensive than the value of the wool he’d be making. We don’t need another ram, and we have limited resources pasture-wise (and money-wise). We really can’t afford to keep him, unfortunately. If we could afford it and had enough land to support them, I’d want to keep every baby born on the farm, LOL.

  14. 6-26
    2:01
    pm

    Thanks for the update and the explanation Suzanne. They are adorable…

    Thanks again!

    Judi

  15. 6-26
    2:40
    pm

    I was so pleased to see this posting today. I feel a good name for the boy would be “Rambo”.
    No preference in re the “puppy’s” name. They are all wonderful.

  16. 6-26
    3:57
    pm

    Awww they are so cute! I had been wondering just how they were getting along. Its a cuteness factor overload there! :sheep: :happyflower:

  17. 6-26
    6:51
    pm

    Aren’t they adorable?!?!? So glad they are still with us!!!!

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