Sheep are born to be Mamas and it can teach all of us how to be better parents!

Just listening to a ewe coo to her new lambs could melt the coldest heart!!
We are in the exciting time of lambing season! Our ladies are giving us beautiful babies left and right!   

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Josie 
11 years old when she passed. She was an outstanding mom who would raise a set of triplets in a heartbeat . We will miss her strong reliable mothering nature.
Jill
Jill is LOVING retirement she eats as much as she wants sleeps as much as she wants and gets to watch all the babies play without any reasonability. She is living the good life. 
Ellie
 She is a wonderful producer of spots! This will be her last year to lambs before retirement. As one of our best ewes no lambing season will be the same after this one.  
Pearl
Is missing having babies of her own but is happy to babysit for the other Mams as needed.
Ursula
Ursula has always been a bit aloof. Preferring to stand on the edge to watch the chaos of the barn rather then be apart of it. Is a great mom!
Vista 
Yeti's twin sister, very personable and in everyone's business. Beautiful Pinto markings and always has beautiful babies!
In Loving Memory 
Violet you are missed everyday. Being born on the farm going to the fair and coming back home to live a wonderful life full of love and lambs. You will always have a lambing stall with your name on it! 
Vidalia, always a little stand offish but a strong and loving mother. You will be missed and there will always be an empty spot in our barn now. 
Rachel 
Rachel has our most loving lambs! Her personality shines though her babies! They are generally calm and love to be held and played with!
Zsa Zsa
She has very unique coloring! With a mostly solid black front half and a very peppered back end when sheared she is a pure joy to look at! 
Tiny Dancer 
This is one of our most dedicated moms! She has been though 3 lambing seasons and in her opinion her babies are the BEST! 

Zen 
Not matching her name she is one of our more anxious ewes. She was born on the farm and will be part of our 
Hayden:
After so many years of being our lead ewe and best mother to ALL the lambs, Mrs Hayden has passed. She will be remembered  as enjoying her days with treats often, and being present for most of the births and watching the babies jumping and playing.  
Alabaster
Born on the farm last year, we retained her for our own flock. She is a very colorful ewe with a small stature. Peppermint is her father and her mother is Westminster Abby. 
Namaste
Born on the farm last year on the farm. She is full of energy. She is small and white but we anticipate her being a great mom with babies that have lots of color! 
The Golden Years for these Ladies.
Retirees