Most, if not all, of our ewes lamb in the late winter/early spring time. We try to have a handful of them lamb in the fall, in order for some of our lambs to go to earlier fairs and possibly some jackpots. Well, last year we just didn't get it done, because about the time you are supposed to implant we were kind of busy!
So this year, we did. We implanted 5 ewes and 4 of them got pregnant. That's an 80% success rate wich is really high. Your lucky if you get a 50-55% success rate.
We attended a beautiful wedding on the Central Coast this weekend and got home this evening. As we pulled in the driveway, I just said to Chris that we needed to start watching for lambs. We went straight out to feed and sure enough, I was spot on. :) He won't admit it though.
First babies out of our new buck we bought at the end of last season.
Can't wait to see what they look like at a couple months old!