While winter continues to loom near, we have had a deliciously long fall season on our Indiana farm. It was the perfect year to breed our Horned Dorset flock for fall lambs… especially since they are decidedly late fall lambs. The oldest of the group are now about a week old, and I’ve been out to the barn with my camera.
To set this video up, these Horned Dorset twins are about four days old. The little ram likes to lay in the corner. His sister took his spot and he spent twenty minutes trying to remove her from said spot while she pretended not to notice.
Horned Dorset is a joy to spin. Combed top coming soon…!
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Thanks for sharing the video, Kate. Darling. It keeps making me smile.
You are living my dream. That roving looks like heaven.
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