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Lyssa gives birth to North Ronaldsay twins!

Lyssa gives birth to North Ronaldsay twins!

Posted 29th March 2018, 14 replies, 0 likes

The first lambs of 2018; our 10th anniversary year, were born outside yesterday evening in the warm spring sunshine. Very cute! Read Article

LambWatch is 10 years old!

LambWatch is 10 years old!

Posted 13th March 2018, 11 replies, 0 likes

This year marks the 10th anniversary for LambWatch! We've been live streaming life "down on the farm" all year, every year, since 2008! Read Article

Live Chat

Helen 14:04

So sorry about Lyssa's lamb. That's a big loss and a big disappointment, too, I'm sure.

Fi 12:32

sorry about Lyssa's lamb

Dan 12:23

Her little brown sister is absolutely fine. It's been getting all the milk.

Cindy 09:08

Hello everyone - sad news about the loss of the lamb - hope the twin lamb is ok

Debbie 08:42

Good morning

Milly 08:18

Morning Sue

Milly 08:15

Morning Lexi ,

Lexi 08:14

Good morning. That is very sad news.

Milly 08:03

Oh so sorry ,,poor little lamb

Susan 08:00

Sorry to hear about Lyssa's lamb.

Susan 07:59

Morning All.

Dan 07:43

Good morning, Lyssa's little lamb is dead this morning

Milly 06:48


Milly 06:47

Judt a few out there

Milly 06:46

Looks like sheep are in the shelter still sleeping !

Milly 06:44

Morning all

24th April 2018
Dan 22:04

She's getting a bit better thank you Helen. She's been on a "little and often" electrolyte solution today and gradually introducing milk (she's had very little since birth and is quite malnutritioned).

Helen 21:59

How is Lyssa's lamb? What news?

Helen 21:59

Thanks for good wishes, friends. I suspect the young man who was the perpetrator is severely ill, mentally.

Dan 19:37

I've sought advice from other shetland sheep keepers and there is still a possibility she could be in lamb, so not to give up yet! Her window of opportunity closes on 8th June, as does Fulvia and Freya. The more primitive breeds like boreray, shetland and north ronaldsay do only come into season towards the end of the year, so it could be that they just werent in season for the first potential cycle.

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New Website

Updated 10th April 2018 by Fi, 15 replies

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Happy Birthday Milly

Updated 27th November 2017 by Milly, 5 replies

Thank you everyone for the good wishes.I had a lovely time on my birthday .I was on holiday.we had lovely weather.which made the day go well .! Thanks... Read Topic

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