On Friday, June 7th at 9am (central standard time) we will be releasing our 2019 round of sponsorSHEEP lambs! We have 9 girls that we will be releasing for sponsorSHEEP. To sponsor any of them please visit the farm store here.
PLEASE NOTE: due to the limitation of our website, the only option available in the farm store is for $100 sponsorship. Please choose this option and if you want a higher level of sponsorSHEEP we will settle later.
Here is the description of this years new lambs available for sponsorSHEEP.
Betty’s Girl #1
This is a pure shetland ewe, her fleece looks very dark black, but we imagine it will lighten to a dark brown by the years end. She is fast and speedy, she worked hard to avoid these pictures!
Betty’s Girl #2
This is a pure shetland ewe, her fleece reminds me of her mama’s and will most likely be a medium brown (Moorit). She loves being with her sister and has a strong voice to call for her mama.
Lotti’s girl is a pure shetland ewe lamb. She reminds me a lot of her mama when she was born. Her fleece is very dark now, but if like her mama’s colouring will lighten into a light grey by years end, and we love her light little ear tips. She loves playing with her brother and is very loud with her calls!
This is a pure shetland ewe lamb. She is a very dark brown, but I wonder if she will lighten up to her mother’s colour which is more of a medium brown (moorit). She has a cute little patch of white on top of her head and she loves playing with her brother and often panics when she gets too far away from her mama.
The last born this year, and kind of a surprise (we didn’t think Claire had gotten pregnant) A beautiful pure shetland ewe that looks exactly like her mama when she was born. We wonder if her fleece will fade to a lovely medium gray by the end of the year. Even though she is only one day old, she is already full of life and bounces! She has a curious spirit much to her dotting mother’s chagrin.
This beauty is a mix of merino/tunis/rambouillet. She has big floppy ears and a beautiful patch of white on her head. I imagine her colour will fade to a light brown/beige by the end of the year. She is long and leggy and loves to flop in a pile with her twin brother for a nap.
Sunna’s Girl (dark)
Sunna had triplet girls this year, but only accepted this one, she is a mix of merino/tunis/rambouillet She is already so much bigger than all the other lambs because her mama was so much milk I’m sure. She has dark fibre that will probably change to a dark brown.
Sunna’s Girl (light 1)
This little girl was rejected by Sunna at birth (we have no idea why), but we kept her in the house and bottle fed her and she is thriving. She is a mix of merino/tunis/rambouillet and her fleece will stay a bright white colour (just like her dad). She is the smallest of the triplets, but full of life and energy.
Sunna’s Girl (light 2)
This little one was also rejected by Sunna, but is doing great now after two weeks in the house. We still feed her and her sister with a bottle three times a day. She is a mix of merino/tunis/rambouillet and her fleece is a bright white colour. She loves to chase all the other lambs.