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My 2023 Lambs

Here are Matilda's babies. Meet Sally and Steve. They are an A generation and will be the last babies for her. She will get to retire this year with acclaiming service to her record. 


Steve and Sally were born January 28, 2023. They are the product of the broken gate/great afternoon by my ram's fiasco of 2022. So, after DNA testing, we will eventually know who's the daddy!


These will also be Bea's last babies for us. She too will get to retire with service to us well beyond what we could have ever imagined. Thank you so much Bea. 

Meet Duke and Dolly, they were born January 27, 2023, to Bea. They too were part of the broken gate 2022. So, once DNA results are back, we will know who they belong to. 


Meet my little Rockefeller, he was part of the "new plan" to add some extra flavor to the Harlequins for me! He has really different fleece, much softer and already some great crimp in it compared to my other lambs. With that, I may just keep him around. If I decide to register him, he will be an F1.


This is Kitty, with her first baby ever. So, of course, she had to add to the year of the ram for me. He showed up February 8, right on time, so I know who his dad is! I am quite proud of this little guy. Not that I have done all that much, but he sure has a cute little face and some pretty cute little spots. 

Timmy is an A generation and I hope that he is the first in a long line of the lambs that she will have in her life.


Meet Lexy and Norman, they are from Fionia and Lester.  So that makes these two B generation and have both shown such hope and promise for the breed to come generations to come. 

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