Meet Juno Our Babydoll Lamb

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Photo compliments of Hill Bunker Farms

Meet Juno our son’s new Babydoll lamb! Two weeks ago we received word from the breeder that she discovered black twin lambs. Apparently, a ram jumped the fence in September and helped make these cuties so she had early lambs. Since we were the first to reserve 2014 lambs, we were offered one of these black ones! For a bit more money we said yes! Our son is excited that Juno should be able to come home in six weeks, depending on if our other lamb is born or if there is a companion lamb available to keep Juno company until our second lamb is ready to come home.

Oh and she’s a ewe (female sheep). We thought we were going to get a ewe and a ram (male sheep) but are kind of leaning towards another ewe….we’ll wait and see what sex the next lamb is I guess. We need warmer weather to get more fencing up! Eeeks….so much snow to melt too.

Isn’t Juno adorable?

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28 comments

  1. Congrats on the addition of a black sheep to the family :)

  2. She is adorable! I would love to have land so I could have a lamb..

  3. Aah if we were still on the farm I would have a goat by about now! So adorable.

  4. What a fun surprise and yes, he’s adorable!

  5. Donna says:

    Well, Juno certainly is a “baby doll”! She is a beauty!

  6. oh my gosh and so adorable Not your every day pet

  7. Kelsey Apley says:

    I saw you share this on twitter the other day! Such a cutie pie, I just LOVE this picture!!!

  8. Raijean says:

    How cute, you own lambs! Love it!

  9. Angela says:

    Awww, Juno looks like such a sweetie. That’s a really cute lamb.

  10. Oh my goodness – so cute! I’ve never seen them so young and fuzzy! Good thing you decided to reserve your spot for first choice.

  11. Tammy says:

    Oh my gosh – she is so sweet :) I guess black lambs are rather rare?

  12. I don’t know how rare they actually are, but this breeder only has one black sheep. But I suppose they may even keep track of how many ewes he gets to be with but I am really only guessing…Another good question to ask the breeder!

  13. TerriAnn, we are very glad we reserved first! Another case where my planning ahead mentality came in handy! ;)

  14. HilLesha says:

    Awwww, Juno is too adorable for words! :)

  15. So absolutely SWEET — I can’t wait for the day when we live on acreage and can have more than our backyard chickens.

  16. Shell Feis says:

    Oh she is so cute! Congrats on the new addition!

  17. Mickey says:

    She’s very pretty. It must be cool to hold a baby lamb!

  18. Brandy says:

    Awww what a cute baby! I love animals, such a sweet baby.

  19. Congrats! Juno is so adorable!

  20. Kathleen B says:

    Oh my gosh, if that isn’t the most precious thing, and just in time for Spring!

  21. That is so amazing and adorable. I would love to have a farm one day.

  22. She really is adorable. For a while I’ve been wanting to get a pygmy goat and a babydoll sheep to keep each other company. The sheep would be more like a pet than the goat I have a feeling.

  23. Lolo says:

    Oh my gosh, Juno is so adorable!

  24. How adorable!! We really need to plan a visit out there!

  25. Toni says:

    AWWW. Juno is precious.

  26. Certainly adorable! Congrats on the new addition.

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