Winter lambs after rams make ewe turn
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Eleven winter lambs born after rams break into ewes' field

Eleven lambs have been born in winter at a farm in Staffordshire after rams broke through to the ewes.

They made their way across two fields and three hedges at Lower Thorn Hill Farm, in Madeley, in July 2016.

The first lamb was born in November with the rest coming one at a time ever since.

They are pedigree and as the temperatures drop, special little beds are being made for them in the sheds to keep them warm.

  • 05 Jan 2017
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