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LambWatch is a little window into life on a rural farm on the Yorkshire and Lancashire border in the UK. Our 'lambing live' 'lamb cam' lets you enjoy the daily life 'down on the farm' without leaving the comfort & warmth of your own chair.

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RIP Sir Lancelot

RIP Sir Lancelot

Posted 7th October 2019, 3 replies, 0 likes

It is with a heavy heart that we have today lost our Shetland tup, Lance. Read Article

Good luck, Boris!

Good luck, Boris!

Posted 22nd August 2019, 5 replies, 0 likes

Today we wave goodbye to Boris, our first home-bred Boreray ram. He's joined a new flock in Wales. Read Article

Live Chat

Susan 13:49

Afternoon All

Helen 13:08

Hello, all. Very dull here but no precipitation. For sure, no snow.

Cindy 09:04

Hello

Milly 07:53

Morning all

Helen 03:37

oh, that changed. rain now.

Helen 01:00

Pretty clear night on the cam.

25th January 2020
Helen 14:12

Well, goodness me, I see sheep. I usually miss them.

Neil 11:09

Good Morning Everyone,..Wishing You All a Good Saturday, whatever the weather...

Susan 10:48

Morning All

Cindy 08:58

Hello

Helen 08:39

Good morning. Someone is out checking the sheep.

Milly 05:35

Morning all

24th January 2020
Gradon 21:12

Seen at 20.06, at least 3 rabbits!

Neil 19:09

Thanks Helen, Yes, I agree camera views are often deceptive, depending on what lens are used.

Helen 17:06

Neil, I can tell you that the field is much smaller than it looks from the cam, and the beck is much closer than it appears. I had trouble re-orienting myself when I visited many years ago, but things are really smaller than they look.i

Neil 16:17

1614..I just heard several sheep bleat together...but no sighting!

Gradon 16:15

Hi Helen, That does make sence,you can only see them when the are to the right of the field, but always to the bottom, that is why I had the theory!

Helen 12:29

But you must have much better eyes than I have, because I cannot see a blessed thing down there!!!

Helen 12:28

Good morning. Gradon, I think, if my memory serves me right, that they like being nearer the beck - maybe lusher grass down there? Or perhaps out of the wind.

Gradon 11:17

Just a thought! Plenty of sheep at the bottom of the field again! Are they confined down there by tempory fencing?

CamGrabs Showcase

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Latest from the Forum

Love Lamb Week - 1st to 7th September 2019

Updated 13th September 2019 by Helen, 3 replies

You'll be happy to know I did finally find some lamb chops (NZ) and have enjoyed them several times in the past ten days.  Delicious. &nb... Read Topic

Your Favourite Recipes

Updated 3rd September 2019 by racalta, 9 replies

Hi everyone, I'd like to share my favourite Chicken Alfredo Lasagna recipe: https://club.cooking/recipe/chicken-alfredo-lasagna/. It is a tast... Read Topic

Photo Album

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LambWatch Goodies

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Marlfield FleeceFleece & Yarn
Spinners & knitters can buy LambWatch fleece & yarn.

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Lots of wonderful sheep gifts from mugs, shirts, calendars and games!

LambWatch DVDLambWatch DVD
A video diary of what life is like at LambWatch HQ during a typical lambing season.

LambWatch DVDKnitted Toys
Unique artisan gifts made from the wool of our sheep.