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We just purchased a new Dorset ram lamb to be the papa to some of next year's babies. He is quite good looking, don't you agree? He came from the barns and sheep program at University of Massachusetts in Amherst. Only problem is he is very spoiled and craves attention. Poor little guy must have had all kinds of students hugging him daily. He'll transition and learn to graze as he spends more time on our farm.
I love this perennial plant called Lambs Ears. It spreads quickly and does well, no matter what I do to it. Only problem is that weeds can pop up through the spreading mat carpet and sometimes I just have to dig it all out and start again. I grow it along a wall along the patio. There is also some in the pasture from weeding I have done. It looks sweet when the lambs are standing behind it. They will not eat it though. It looks great in a vase too. The texture and fur on the leaves really does look like a lambs' ear, doesn't it?