This adorable, petite lamb was born on March 26. She was one of three.
Unfortunately, Mama Ewe forgot about her as she delivered her other two.
Rescued by us, she has been pampered for 14 days, is playful and strong. We’ve nicknamed her “The World’s Smallest Easter Lamb”.
We would love to see her adopted into a loving home, where she can double as a family pet and help with the gardening once the grass get growing.
Please let us know through our contact page if you are interested in fostering this sweet little lamb. We are about 2 hours South of Albany, NY.
Suggested retail price: $50. Shaun is scale, not for sale!
Garry at the Mountain Brook Inn selected our ground lamb for his superb Shepherd’s Pie dinner on February 22nd, 2014.
For this event, Annette & I made reservations. And so had the pleasure of not only sampling Garry’s cooking, but the amazing feeling of seeing a large dinning room full of people enjoying what we work so hard producing here on the farm.
Summer is coming to a close, and it’s time to get the flock ready for winter. Everyone gets a haircut and the grazing paddocks change. During the fall and early winter the grass grows slowly, so the paddocks need to be much larger to supply enough food for the herd. Even after a few snow showers, there’s still some grazing to do…. but it won’t last too long.