There was one larger lamb, a white ram lamb, who looks like he will get horns, and two tiny ewe lambs. We will have to watch closely to make sure all get enough to eat. They were all pretty confused at first, mom must have given birth right when the sheep were getting ready to come in for the night and they had been jostled around a bit.
Picture taken the morning after their birth, you can see how much bigger the white lamb is, the smaller brown ones are ewe lambs, the one in the middle was still wet when we found her the night before, and had to be dried off.
What were those two thinking turning away from the camera?? How about some head shots?
When I went out the following morning to get these pictures, before getting the pictures, I saw that another ewe had lambed during the night. So rather than putting this new one, and her twins, in with this delicate family of three, we put this family, known as Mrs White Katahdin's family, in with Blackie sheep and her two lambs.
One of Mrs White Katahdins lambs is a ewe lamb, one is a ram lamb. I have forgotten which is which!
You may have noticed both these ewes, and their lambs do not like like "normal" sheep. They are hair sheep, and will shed much like a dog.
Read about Blackies Lambs born earlier - click here.
Read about the Advantages of Hair Sheep - click here.