The photo to the left is Havvah, an Icelandic ewe. She had her third set of triplets this year. Look at her udder. This is why the Icelandic is used for milk and why thier lambs are so nice and fat. Some dairy's are using the Icelandic as well and crossing them with other Sheep Dairy Breeds.The photo below is Boing and her two ram lambs. She is a good milker as well and one can see how large the white ram lamb is. Two very nice rams and both are For Sale on our web site at: http://www.oldesouth.citymax.com/.
The photo to the right is an exhibit with a Jersey Cow and her friend who takes Daisy around to show kids and other folks where milk comes from and does a milking deminstration. Daisy is a lovely cow and seemed to enjoy the attention of the crowd.
Another photo of the future Cover Girl.
I do enjoy the lambs of spring. This year we have a lot of color and I love the white Icelandic lambs. Thier fleece is so soft an wonderful.
Enough for now...