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LambWatch Blog

Stay up to date with the latest news from LambWatch HQ by browsing our blog. We have a total of 287 posts covering all aspects of life on our small farm in the UK. Our posts are displayed in chronological order.

Here come the boys!

Here come the boys!

Posted 6th June 2023, 0 replies

Introducing Frodo, Bertie, Flynn, Bentley and "Other One", the LambWatch tups (rams). Read Article

An evening flock-check walk

An evening flock-check walk

Posted 3rd June 2023, 2 replies

Checking the sheep; a sunset stroll through the wildflower meadows and woodlands. Read Article

A very overdue update!

A very overdue update!

Posted 28th May 2023, 2 replies

We thought it was about time we did a little update seeing as though our last one was in November 2021! Read Article

Breeding Groups 2021

Breeding Groups 2021

Posted 25th November 2021, 3 replies

It's tupping time! For the next four weeks we will have 5 breeding groups scattered across the farm. Read Article

Lambs due from 3rd April 2021!

Lambs due from 3rd April 2021!

Posted 27th March 2021, 6 replies

We are due to start lambing on the 3rd April 2021. Keep your eyes peeled for the new arrivals! Read Article

An Autumn Flock Update

An Autumn Flock Update

Posted 19th October 2020, 5 replies

It's been so long since we posted an update so we thought we'd post a flock update! Read Article

RIP Lyssa

RIP Lyssa

Posted 3rd April 2020, 6 replies

Today we say goodbye to our lovely Ronnie ewe, Lyssa, who died after producing two lambs yesterday. Read Article

Lambing season 2020 kicks off

Lambing season 2020 kicks off

Posted 26th February 2020, 2 replies

The lambing season of 2020 has officially kicked off with the first lambs arrived live on webcam! Read Article

RIP Sir Lancelot

RIP Sir Lancelot

Posted 7th October 2019, 3 replies

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

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