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Sheep management!

Sheep management they call it………..all lambs weaned off their mummies to give them a rest, worming completed and fly deterrent applied so that the horrid flies don’t lay their eggs and cause maggots to grow and hassle the sheep and lambs. The ewes will be pleased to enjoy some time off grazing on the luscious

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Surprise late arrival.

Imagine our surprise when we saw a new born lamb in the field in late May.  The young mum is so proud and protective.  They run quite fast out of our way, lamb hugging mums side as the talk to each other.

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Looking contented on the hill.

Its nice to see the sheep and lambs settled and taking in the view sat upon the Mull of Ross.

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February saw lambing time at Ross!

We started lambing in February down here at Ross Bay. It has been a cold and wet time but spring is now here!

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All gathered together to aim for Spring lambs!

All the ewes are gathered up and put on fresh grass, feet trimmed, foot bathed, vaccinated, wormed and ready for the boys! Hopefully aiming for lambing time late February onwards!!!

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