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Ladd View Ranch 
                                              Spring 2019 Lambing                  
Our 2019 lambing season is in full swing! Nine of our Twelve ewes have lambed with the last three ewes due in April. We have 18 adorable and healthy lambs enjoying the warmer spring weather as only lambs can do, leaping and racing for the pure joy of it! We were blessed with 7 sets of twins, one single from a first time mom, and a set of triplets! We have 11 ewes and 7 ram lambs. We have been super pleased with the addition of our ram, Roosevelt, as sire to our flock!

We purchased Roosevelt from Fullers in South Dakota last summer and he is the father of all our lambs this year due to the unfortunate loss of Teddy, our main ram of the past two years. Roosevelt is a beautiful brown/black ram with excellent soft wool. He is a very handsome fellow, short coupled, with a nice straight back and legs. You can see a picture of him on our Meet the Flock 2 page. On that page we are also introducing Abigail and Tinkerbelle, who are new moms this year!

We have enjoyed visiting with folks over e-mail this past year, as well as meeting you in person as you visit the farm, and we look forward to meeting and making new friends as folks come to pick up their lambs in May. We have some handsome ram lambs available. We just couldn't castrate these guys, they are so handsome and from super genetic stock. Our waiting list for this year's ewe and wether lambs is full, but I will be delighted to answer your questions and add you to our 2020 waiting list. Check our Meet the Flock 2 page and meet Elsa and Bree, who will begin lambing in 2020! 

Friends sometimes ask the purpose for our Babydoll sheep and of course I explain their many functional benefits around our farm, but one has to own sheep to experience the pure joy, peace, and satisfaction of being a shepherd. Sheep add a pastoral atmosphere to your property that I have not experienced with any other animal. Lambs demonstrate daily just how great it is to be alive! As we enjoy the emerging beauty of the spring season , we thank our Lord, the Great Shepherd, for his goodness and care for us, the sheep of His pasture.  

Shout for joy to the Lord, all the earth.
Worship the Lord with gladness;
come before him with joyful songs.
Know that the Lord is God.
It is he who made us, and we are his;
we are his people, the sheep of his pasture.

Psalm 100: 1-3