Farmgal’s Photography- Feb 28

The Starlings keep appearing and then gone in the yard, I keep trying to get a good photo, but so far, its always a “almost photo” and so here is another one, it’s starting to amuse me at this point.. See if this bird had not hidden its face at the last second, it would have been a good photo lol.. I swear I have 2 dozen photos of these guys over the past two weeks and not one is right.. tricky little things.

Babbles is a great looking ewe lamb, She is 75% hair Sheep and 25% wool sheep, the odds are very good considering what her coat is like right now that she will fully shed out just like her momma!

Here is she is showing her brown spot with her twin sister Milk Dud, they are very even, they always have been, they were born almost the same size and they were both nice sized newborns and they have grown steady in both height and weight.   Their dad King has added more leg and length to them as well as excellent milk genes. Both of them are trying to chew a bit of hay now and they enjoy taking up a tiny bit of their momma’s milking ration and chewing on it.

Henry is enjoying his time in the house and really loves his sun warmed naps, his extra toes are so cool!



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23 Responses to Farmgal’s Photography- Feb 28

  1. Marla says:

    Hi Valeria,
    Always love your pictures. Those lambs are so cute.

  2. Silveryew says:

    Lovely pictures. The lambs are just so cute<3

  3. Isn’t it just a little strange to have starlings there already? Love their breeding plumage though… that turned out really well; )

  4. Pamela Marston says:

    Love your farm animal photos!! So darn cute!

  5. Oh now I feel all warm and fuzzy.
    Thanks for this.

  6. Widdershins says:

    The starling one is quite surreal. 🙂 … gorgeous babies, and toes. 😀

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