"If it weren't for lambing and sugaring, I'd never make it through this time of year" quoted Reeve Linbergh in Richard Brown's The View from the Kingdom
. The two have always been intertwined with each other and March in New England. We found this newborn lamb in the field, literally minutes old.
|She was the second, and much smaller, of twins.|
Kingsley led the new family to the barn.
|Farm animals parade of intrigue.|
There, he dried her off, encouraged her to eat, and introduced her to the very inquisitive Mabel.
The next morning found little Fanny doing well...
|Water and hay while mother and lamb bond|
A friend came over to get in some lamb time.
Now, all of the lambs are thriving - active and eating heartily.
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