Wednesday, September 10, 2008

My BFL lambs



Here is a side profile of Tuppence's head. She was born from a yearling ewe who twinned and raised them herself, so they are a bit smaller. She's going to be a looker when she grows up!


A nice rear on this girl!



Here is a photo of me and Tuppence with the judge


Clover's side profile. Our judge said his only concern with her is that she didn't have enough blue pigment in the face.


A side photo of Clover and her fleece.


I had to race outside when I got home and took some photos of other sheep. Here is Burma, my natural colored ram lamb from Stephen Rouse. He's a handsome guy! (the ram LOL)

2 comments:

Carol Bator said...

Nice photos of some nice BFL's. The WSWF sure was fun. Now we get to see the high lights again on everyone's blogs. I hope to see you again next year.

stephen rouse said...

great photos Garrett. Your girls are real typey. I like them. And Burma looks like he has grown since he has gotten to your place. He looks great.

stephen

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