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Stay up to date with the latest news from LambWatch HQ by browsing our blog. We have a total of 284 posts covering all aspects of life on our small farm in the UK. Our posts are displayed in chronological order.

Taming of the shetlands

Taming of the shetlands

Posted 12th September 2016, 2 replies

We give the shetlands some tasty treats every now and again to help tame them and become more confident around us. Read Article

Welcome Shetlands!

Welcome Shetlands!

Posted 11th September 2016, 3 replies

Today we welcomed 6 female shetland lambs to LambWatch HQ! You can watch them live as they settle in to their new home. Read Article

Sheep Shearing Complete

Sheep Shearing Complete

Posted 21st June 2016, 5 replies

The next job of the summer season is now complete at LambWatch HQ. Read Article

Lamb Olympics!

Lamb Olympics!

Posted 18th May 2016, 5 replies

Our three pet lambs were born to run at Aintree, it seems!? Read Article

First ever Boreray lamb is born at Marlfield Farm

First ever Boreray lamb is born at Marlfield Farm

Posted 10th May 2016, 5 replies

After many weeks / months of waiting, the first ever Boreray lamb has arrived at LambWatch HQ! Read Article

Mmmm tasty webcam!

Mmmm tasty webcam!

Posted 22nd April 2016, 5 replies

The sheep have discovered the webcam's new location! Read Article

Sheep Scanning

Sheep Scanning

Posted 20th January 2016, 6 replies

This is the first time we've had our sheep scanned at Marlfield Farm! Read Article

Welcome Jasmine, Flame and Jacob!

Welcome Jasmine, Flame and Jacob!

Posted 13th January 2016, 8 replies

LambWatch is now home to Jasmine, Flame and Jacob: a breeding family of rare breed native Boreray sheep. Read Article

A gateway to the future...

A gateway to the future...

Posted 17th November 2015, 4 replies

Part one of a larger project (TBA!) has been completed and we're very pleased with it! Read Article

A nuthatch arrives at LambWatch HQ

A nuthatch arrives at LambWatch HQ

Posted 2nd November 2015, 2 replies

We're excited to see a nuthatch arrive at our feeder this morning! Read Article