Molly’s big singleton


Roy and I went for a walk after we got her settled and I picked her a bouquet of clover to congratulate her.  I figured she’d prefer that to roses…


2 ewes down — 2 more to go!  Matilda and Roxanne are both due toward the end of next week.  In the mean time we’ll enjoy watching this new little girl and the triplets frolicking around!


One Reply to “Molly’s big singleton”

  1. So true, Connie! It’s also amazing how much the ewe’s behavior changes once that lamb hits the ground!

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