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Awesome! Congrats!Coy had twin girls!
I was there for the entire thing and didn’t leave until both girls had nursed. They were both born and up and nursing within an hour. Easy peasy.
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Depends. I like both naturally coloured and white wool, but a lot of people prefer white because they like having lots of options for dying.Twin girls! They are white, does that make their wool more desirable?
Soo cute.Depends. I like both naturally coloured and white wool, but a lot of people prefer white because they like having lots of options for dying.
What’s interesting is that the lambs have very different wool already at this stage. The firstborn has waves while the second has those corkscrews curls. I’m guessing the first will have wool like Coy while the second will have wool like Dingo.
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DS came out to do night check with me.
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Got the placenta cleaned up and added more fresh straw so they’ll be nice and cozy.
So far the 2nd born seems to have a better personality, but we’ll see how it goes, they’re only a few hours old, after all.
Now just waiting on Foxy. They were bred the same day…
Foxy is a Romanov mix (don’t know what she’s mixed with. I got her in a rescue situation as a bottle baby.)What mix of breeds are your sheep?