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What should we add to the farm this year?

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Black Cat Paddock

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What fun, figuring out what colors you have! My hair sheep don't change colors as they grow up.
I had one that was almost jet black for the first 4 months of her life she is now so light grey she is almost white,
 

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Ezri lambed this afternoon. I knew she was close. She of course waited until I was in town to have them. She had ram and ewe twins.
 

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This year we have three ram and three ewe lambs. We have not named them as of yet. Nothing so far seems to fit any of them. Once named I will be registering them,


First the ram lambs:


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This is our first born ram lamb this year. He is brown based. Still trying to nail down his color and markings.


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This was the second born ram lamb. He has so much personality. We watch him play with the other lambs and he is by far the best jumper.


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This is the last one born this year. He seems to be a pale fawn color.
 

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The picture in the middle, if he was a dog, I’d call his color blue merle. Whatever color you call it, he sure is pretty!
 
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