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2013 LambWatch Blog

Stay up to date with the latest news from LambWatch HQ by browsing our blog from 2013. We have a total of 14 posts from 2013 covering all aspects of life on our small farm in the UK. Our posts are displayed in chronological order.

Arrival of the tup to Marlfield

Arrival of the tup to Marlfield

Posted 29th October 2013, 8 replies, 0 likes

Let the fun begin!! Read Article

A Giant Leap For Sheepkind

A Giant Leap For Sheepkind

Posted 28th August 2013, 11 replies, 0 likes

The Neil Armstrong of the sheep world takes a small step for sheepkind.... Read Article

Lynda sows wetland hay meadow mix

Lynda sows wetland hay meadow mix

Posted 23rd August 2013, 8 replies, 0 likes

Lynda does a grand job of preparing and sowing a wetlands meadow seed mix (EM8) in front of cam. Read Article

New Stream Code

New Stream Code

Posted 25th July 2013, 13 replies, 0 likes

New code has been released which should make LambWatch more compatible on other devices including Android! Read Article

Buzz Buzz

Buzz Buzz

Posted 22nd July 2013, 7 replies, 0 likes

A little buzzy creature introduces himself to the LambWatchers briefly. Blink and you miss it! Read Article

The last eight days....

The last eight days....

Posted 3rd July 2013, 11 replies, 0 likes

Lynda gives an update of events on the farm over the past few days. It's all goin' on! Read Article

Wonderful news !!

Wonderful news !!

Posted 23rd June 2013, 9 replies, 0 likes

Wonderful news !! Read Article

RIP Lloyd

RIP Lloyd

Posted 13th June 2013, 10 replies, 0 likes

Today one of our favourite sheep passed away after her health deteriorated significantly over the past week or so. Read Article

All done for this year!!

All done for this year!!

Posted 8th May 2013, 5 replies, 0 likes

Lynda reports on how the lambing birthing season for 2013 has now come to an end at LambWatch HQ! Read Article

Howard versus sheep

Howard versus sheep

Posted 17th April 2013, 11 replies, 0 likes

Howard rugby tackles a sheep so that he can check its bag for milk. Read Article