Juniper Moon Farm is a small farm located in Palmyra, Virginia. We raise Cormo and Border Leicester sheep with a few Babydoll Southdowns for good measure, Angora goats, a couple of pigs, geese, ducks and more. You can find out more about the animals here.

The Lambcam is currently looking into the winter holding pen.

We are currently unable to allow guest visits to the farm, however, we will be having a spring shearing celebration April 5, 2014. Check the blog for updates! If you’re a knitter or crocheter, you can keep the animals closer by purchasing a share in our 2014 clip!



  1. Mary (Grandmatutu)

    March 17, 2009 at 11:02 am

    ok I think we may need nametags–I saw one butting another and we may need intervention . . . . this is so much fun.

  2. Some of these ewes look like I felt in the last month – moving slowly and yes still hungry! Welcome to my visual world, you sweet sheep and goats! This must be a sign of spring.

  3. Julie O' (Erin's Mom)

    March 17, 2009 at 12:14 pm

    Yeah! It’s been a long time coming!

  4. Hi LambCam lovers! Aren’t we so proud of ourselves? We finally got a working LambCam! A few notes about it: This Lambcam has SOUND! However, all you can hear when it’s Totally Awesome Weatherproof Housing is closed is a static-y hiss. And the occasional really loud truck going by. So if you’re hearing that, that’s normal. Also, see that open area in the lower part of the frame? That area is really wet and icky right now, but Susan is out getting Stall Dry to dry that right up. Then we’ll move the feeders into that area and you’ll have an even better view of the critters.

  5. Oh lordy, this is so exciting! Thank you for Lamb Cam!

  6. This is sooooo cool, thanks for working so hard to get it to work

  7. Rolling! Yeah- my life is complete now.

  8. Good job guys, worth the wait!!!

  9. Lisa Stockebrand (aka. lasdcm)

    March 17, 2009 at 4:26 pm

    OMG ! OMG! OMG! YAY! Giving the Chicken Cam a run for it’s money!

  10. Lisa Stockebrand (aka. lasdcm)

    March 17, 2009 at 4:28 pm

    mmm – lam cam is FAB! but what is the big black “box” (rectangle actually) under the lambcam window?

  11. Lisa Stockebrand (aka. lasdcm)

    March 17, 2009 at 4:30 pm

    mmmm – well, re-loaded and box allg one, but the lambs are STILL THERE! (smiling !)

  12. Not working for us here at work…. :D(

  13. Yea! It’s working. I see them eating.

  14. This is great! It’s getting dark there in NY, but I can’t wait to tune in tomorrow………Congratulations on finally getting the “lamb cam” working!

  15. Yea!!! How fun.. now I can have cup of coffee number two or three and watch the lambcam..makes me feel like I am on the farm… good job and thanks for perservering

  16. Hmm … I can see this is going to be a problem. It’s addictive! So glad you finally got it up and running!

  17. So Addictive! Thanks so much!

  18. Took me a wee fuss to get my browser up to date but it’s all sorted now and IT WORKS, woooooooohoooooo! Hi likkle lambies! (Well okay big lambies for the moment but little ones are coming soon eh?)

  19. oh i LOVE being able to see them
    and they’re active
    high noon ish lunch time!
    xo hugs and love to u all

  20. Margaret (Erin's favorite aunt)

    March 18, 2009 at 11:44 am

    Congrats on a job well done–now I can watch lambs and pandas–YEAH! Zoo Atlanta’s panda cam will be back in business at the end of the week.
    Thanks E–Love ya–Aunt M

  21. I checked last nite but naturally the camera was asleep in the dark. It is lunch time in Brooklyn too. They seem pretty good at taking turns, i love the nudges.

  22. The LambCam makes me happy! I have it going at work now : )

  23. Mary (Grandmatutu)

    March 18, 2009 at 1:31 pm

    At the risk of sounding stupid, am I looking at sheep or goats? They look like sheep, but they have horns. Do sheep have horns? Or are they mixed–goats and sheep? I know, I’m farm deficient–curious minds want to know, though . . . :O)

    • Susan

      March 18, 2009 at 3:35 pm

      Mary, some sheep have horns but our breeds don’t. You are looking at a bunch of angora goats and one big sheep. Liberty is in with the expecting nanny goats because I want the vet to take a look at her udder when he’s here on Friday. It’s much easier to catch her in the smaller pen than in the big one. Once the nanny goats have their babies we’ll be moving the ewes in to the paddock to lamb.

  24. oh how my husband will make fun of me when he finds out i was watching this! so cute!

  25. I am watching this from Scotland, it’s fantastic. My friend, Karen Watson who is a big fan of yours, emailed me about the webcam.

  26. They are sooooooo cute! I love them :)

  27. What a life! Eat, lie around, eat, lie around, butt someone out of the way, eat.

  28. Sarah, a.k.a. LadyDanio

    March 18, 2009 at 3:47 pm

    This is the coolest thing ever! They are eating! Wha-bam!

  29. Lovely.

    Now if you could only change timezones, we’d be able to show the children at our nursery. :D

    Well done on getting it up and running.

  30. Oh, I so cannot wait till sun up to check in on them again.

  31. Dark and blurry but I can see them. Yeah.

  32. yay! i see walking fleece, so cute!!

  33. I need to step away from the monitor and get some work done, but the nannies look like they are going to pop any minute. I am absolutely sure it will be the second I go to clean the bathroom :)

  34. so glad you’re back in the lambcam business! this is great. Bookmarked and shared with friends already.

  35. Yipee! I see goats, this is better than I even imagined.
    There are three brave ones eating in the rain today.
    Thank you for doing this. This is so much better than looking at a pot of coffee somewhere in England, years ago. ;-)

  36. This is beautiful. Thank you for doing this.

  37. This is so cool. I’m in Madison, Wisconsin watching your sheep.

  38. I must be nuts! I have a small flock of angora’s of my own, llamas, and a couple of cashmeres…but I’m watching your lamb cam! Goats are just the best…personalities plus.

  39. I really can’t get away. Thanks for doing this.

  40. They look so fat and happy!! I’m sure they will produce fat and happy fiber too!

  41. How about some music to go along.

  42. Music? What we need is a shareholder chat room. Then we can fuss over them together.

  43. How much fun! thanks for sharing!

  44. Amanda McGrath

    March 20, 2009 at 9:22 am

    I’m addicted to LambCam! It was well worth the wait! Thanks again to all those who toiled to get the LambCam up and running!!

  45. I love this! It makes me feel happy when I watch it! LOL

  46. o-m-g. hours, *HOURS* of enjoyment … !

    ~ hb33 ~

  47. Mary (Grandmatutu)

    March 20, 2009 at 2:50 pm

    I hope it’s ok, but I just turn it on and leave it on all day–I’ve been watching on and off. I saw Erin, then I saw Erin and Susan, then I think I saw the vet.–although the sound wasn’t quite loud enough and I wasn’t sure what he was saying. I saw one of the goats lounging in the trough, saw two goats butting at one another at one of the buckets and a third one come between them and chow down (the two who were fighting walked off–haha), saw one of the goats getting amorous with another one . . . it’s just been an exciting day so far. I love this–really fun.

  48. Happy to see the camera is up and working. Very neat to see them eating their dinner. I also LOVE your still photos. I could just hug those sheep and goats.

  49. I love the lambcam!!!!

  50. Mary (Grandmatutu)

    March 21, 2009 at 10:30 am

    guess the weather channel people are there–I see loads of people and the animals are moving closer to the camera and away from the people–they’re smart! :O)

    • Susan

      March 21, 2009 at 12:36 pm

      LOL! You guessed it Mary. We had two Weather Channel people and about 10 friends here for a tour. It was really fun and not so crazy-making.

  51. Oh man! I just now remembered to check the lambcam and of course it’s dark! I might have to take the computer to knitting group tomorrow morning so we can all watch. I gave everyone in my group (it’s a small group) a MVFF calendar last week and everyone was ooohhhhing and aaawwwing.

  52. Goog morning, goats!

  53. Oops, I meant GOOD morning… need more coffee.

  54. What if a chatroom was created at lingr? ( That’s the chat room site that Ravelry uses. Then we could all chat together! I don’t know if you can imbed it into the page, but if not, then what’s having two windows open to be able to chat about the goaties!

  55. LambCam is totally on my Bookmark Toolbar so I can check on the newborns every morning!

  56. I’ve been watching everyday since I found the lambcam on Ravelry. This is SO FUN! Yesterday I watched and watched, hoping to see you come and feed them. Naturally that happened when I finally had to stop for awhile. But today, although they are already happily chomping away, I just saw you come and adjust the camera! Human, I saw human! the sheepies ran really fast to get out of the way. teehee

    Btw, I’ve named the itty bitty goat with horns. His name is now Freddie. The big goats don’t like him to get close when they are eating and always butt him away. I felt sorry for him until I realized that he’s perfectly plump and can’t be starving. lol

  57. Lisa Stockebrand (aka. lasdcm)

    March 22, 2009 at 11:19 am

    OMGoodness! someone is eating with her rear directed directly at the camera! She is soooooooo big!

  58. Too fun!!

  59. Justine Manning

    March 22, 2009 at 4:36 pm

    You have got some hungry lambs there…really enjoying themselves :o) Well done! I look forward to seeing you faces next time out there.

  60. How nice. One of you just said, “Good night lambcam people”. Back atcha.

    I’ve got to remember to tune in earlier here on the left coast.

  61. Hi Helen, The little goat you’re seeing is known to us as Sweet William (or, more commonly, William, Willy, or Wills). He’s one of last year’s bottle babies and is a special pet of mine. He’s definitely at the bottom of the pecking order, but he’s kind of an odd guy, he doesn’t seem to want to stick with the herd the way most goats do. He walks on a leash and I let him out twice a day so he can eat in peace.

  62. Wow, they are definitely growing bigger by the minute, can’t wait till the little ones arrive. :)

  63. Hi Erin

    Ah, Sweet William is an even better name for him! That little guy just really captured me right away. I saw you bring him back in yesterday! You came in with him and took him off the leash and petted him. I was thinking how amazing it is to pet him like that. How cute! He tried to follow you back out again. I wondered where you had taken him, and now I know!

    This is so fun. Thank you for sharing your woolly friends with us!

  64. I’m in love with Sweet William also.

  65. Yay! I finally got everything I needed downloaded into my computer and I can see them. Fabulous!

  66. Okay, what am I doing wrong? This is what I see after installing Flip4Mac and restarting Safari:

  67. sorry, I thought html worked! Here’s a link to a screenshot, in case anyone knows how to fix it:

  68. “Harrison Olaf Manning the Third” LOL! (or was it Harriston? He totally surprised me)

  69. What is the long rectangular bluish-gray thing in the middle of the frame? Is that for water?

  70. Susan or Erin,

    When one of you gets a chance, can we get a little idea of what to expect during the upcoming birthing season. For example, is it more likely to occur at night or during the day. How in the world do you know when the goat has gone into labor…Is it something we might recognize watching them on camera? Chances of twins? I am so enthralled with the lamb cam and the whole process, as I am sure you can tell……..:)
    no hurry, but I would love to know more….

  71. Hi Susan!! I finally caught you. I was wondering why, for once, the girls weren’t eating.

    • Susan

      March 24, 2009 at 8:25 am

      I’m not sure. I think they are bored with yesterday’s hay. Linda is looking like she might be close to kidding. We know she was the first one bred and she always has twins, so they could come a little earlier than expected. I just wish it were a bit warmer…

  72. Barbara. in Wiltshire. UK.

    March 24, 2009 at 9:15 am

    This is lovely to watch, it really makes you feel as if Spring has arrived at last.
    Barbara, in the UK.

  73. HOORAY!!!
    Love “being at the farm” with the ladies…
    Thank you so much for making this happen!!!
    Margaret and Edwina

  74. This is so addicting. I’d like to be a shareholder in these wonderful goats. Any other info??? I love this.

  75. dina (dinajill)

    March 24, 2009 at 1:07 pm

    Awww. Just saw the school bus stopped. Sheep noticed too…all got up and faced that direction but no, no ones walking by them. They just now figured that out, I think, and have moved on to regular business…

  76. Are we ready for babies, oh I mean kiddies? I see one of them is blocked off.

    • Susan

      March 24, 2009 at 6:34 pm

      I think it’s still a couple days early, but I’d rather be safe than sorry.

  77. There’s a light on in one of the huts!!

  78. Why is that one closest shelter glowing pink? I thought maybe there was a vehicle behind it with rear lights on, but it’s been like that a while.

    • Susan

      March 24, 2009 at 6:34 pm

      That’s the heat lamp. We’ve got Linda in there just in case she goes into labor soon.

  79. Oh, I can’t wait. I was hoping to make it over there this weekend since we are supposed to have nice weather.

  80. Lisa Stockebrand (aka. lasdcm)

    March 24, 2009 at 9:05 pm

    The heat-lamped igloo looks like a space ship!

  81. It’s like watching a Nanny Goat campfire!! They are all sitting, milling around the edges, waiting. I know it is spring, but a bit from Handel’sMessiah comes to mind: “For unto us a son is born….”

  82. well…it’s dark out but i see someone moving around there in the lit area….
    hi lambies ! xoxoxo

  83. Miss “About To Be” Mama has finally settled down in her lit igloo (10:49pm PST), Too bad shepard’s throughout the ages didn’t have Lamb Cam viewers to give status reports, lol!

    Lamb Cams rock.

  84. Mary (Grandmatutu)

    March 25, 2009 at 5:43 am

    5:30 a.m. in Dallas and it’s pitch dark–but there’s plenty of light there to see that the girls are quiet, sleeping, with a couple of them milling near the gate; looks like Miss Linda is at the hut opening with her chin on the rails of the fence at the doorway–can’t see all that well, but it looks like a visitor is visiting–looks like they’re eating–or maybe licking??? Can’t really tell. Could there be a kid???? Hope all is well

  85. Mary (Grandmatutu)

    March 25, 2009 at 6:30 am

    Well, i guess no babies today . . . Erin’s just come in and checked it out. Little Willie seems to love, love, love her–follows her everywhere like a shadow. Miss Linda will probably stay in that warm hut–I checked the weather channel and it’s only 19 degrees there. brrrrrrr . . .

  86. aawww! Poor William. He keeps going from dish to dish and keeps getting pushed away

  87. Very nice cam! Love the little “yurts” you have for them for shelter. Will poke around your site to see if you have info on them.

  88. I see lots of you talking back by the gate! William is back there getting lots of petting. This is so exciting!

  89. saw your note on Ravelry and I’ve been watching more and more every day. now I know i’m up and running when I get the Lambcam on in the AM. since I live in the big city downstream from you it’s a nice way to expand the feeling of being in one connected watershed. can’t wait for prancy little feet….

    • Susan

      March 25, 2009 at 11:17 am

      Eve, your welcome to come up any time. We have a metro north stop about ten minutes from here.

  90. Susan & Erin – it’s 1:37pm… I’ve been watching you take pictures. :)

  91. Is this Sweet William in the food bin? Still watching for little ones. I”ll have to take my laptop with me on vacation Friday so I don’t miss anything.

  92. Roz (AmIAKnitterYet)

    March 25, 2009 at 2:07 pm

    hey! who just knocked who out of the feedbin in front of the camera?! Rude. And I felt like I (the camera) was being stared at and dared to comment (so I did). I suspect that just meant who ever was ousted is now standing under the camera waiting to regain her space.

  93. we love your site-and the children love the lambcam!What a neat idea. We come often to take a peek.
    The Crawford Clan

  94. Lisa Stockebrand (aka. lasdcm)

    March 25, 2009 at 6:34 pm

    Good-night Ladies!

  95. Is Miss Linda the one on the right of screen?

  96. Why is the one girl kept in the dome? She looks so sad!

    • Susan

      March 26, 2009 at 9:51 am

      Hi Tania. That’s Linda and she isn’t sad- she’s in labor. We isolate the mamas when the go into labor so their babies will be born in the warm kidding hut instead of outside in the 40 degrees and rainyness. A kid would freeze to death very quickly in today’s weather, so we make sure they are born in the hut with a heat lamp on.

  97. Oh! That makes perfect sense then. And hi! I’m new to the cam, but have to say I love it. It’s given me bright spots in some otherwise dreary days.

  98. I’m dying to know what’s going on in the kidding pen right now. I saw you shaking up something, and then you’ve been inside for a bit….So curious!

  99. Me too! I’ve got to get going to knit group, but .. must know!

  100. Roz (AmIAKnitterYet)

    March 26, 2009 at 11:07 am

    i wonder if there is a way to temporarily move the webcam? I was also curious if it is a lot of hanging around time (possibly knitting time…tho things could get dirty…)

    And a really stupid, city slicker questions, does knowing that one of their gang is giving birth do anything to make other others go into labor as well? Kind of like women who hang together find the date of their periods start to cluster together…

  101. Go Linda Go! We’re rooting for you!

  102. And how long does nanny labor last – is there an average or does it vary like it does with humans?

    I have become a bit obsessed watching today – do damp goats smell like damp dogs?

  103. Yeah! Getting Closer. I can’t wait. It is rainy in Texas so this is a good day for a baby to be born! Makes your day brighter on this rainy day.

  104. You notice? Everyone else seems much quieter.

  105. Thanks for cleaning off the

  106. Roz (AmIAKnitterYet)

    March 26, 2009 at 12:37 pm

    ack. i can’t see. what’s going on?!?! Focus, focus.

  107. ok thanks

  108. Mary (Grandmatutu)

    March 26, 2009 at 12:43 pm

    Erin, I’ll get you a turkey bacon club . . . when I get up there in the future, we have a date for lunch! You’re doing a great job . . . you rock!!

  109. I think the person wouldhave better luck getting the camera focused if she didn’t stand in front of it — if the camera focuses on her standing close, it’s going to be out of focus for the goats farther off.

  110. I’m watching the camera adjustment and wish you could hear me. When it is in focus I’m saying “Good” but obviously you can’t hear me LOL

  111. Even if just the corner of her jacket is in front of the viewfinder, it’s going to focus on that…

  112. Thank you for your LambCam, my 2yr old looooooves it! We watch it whenever we can :)

  113. Ahh, beautiful tuning committee work.

  114. Lisa Stockebrand (aka. lasdcm)

    March 26, 2009 at 1:10 pm

    You need one of those white boards nailed to the yurt so you can note what is going on! Like today’s menu! LOL!

  115. Much better view, ty

  116. Roz (AmIAKnitterYet)

    March 26, 2009 at 1:50 pm

    and why did I think I could work with this open on the desktop all day???

    I am also curious if they animals ‘communicate’ in some way. Like dogs that bark at each other or ? Hm.

  117. I knew that something was up this morning before leaving for work, when my screen went black. I almost couldn’t stand it until I got to see what was going on. Such exciting news!

  118. Oooh, does the presence of a camera mean a baby is present too?

  119. Is that William sitting outside the yurt and looking so interested?

  120. Getting dark so now it is not so clear. Waaaaa. Well hopefully everything will go well with the delivery if it happens overnight. I guess I will have to wait until morning.

  121. Susan it is the greatest thing ever. :)

  122. I beg to differ. It’s dark outside, and yet I see the light! Kind of like Bethlehem and the stable (actually, our pal Jesus was probably born in the spring, when taxes are collected). It may be dark yet the light still shines!

  123. Just to clarify, of course Susan and team are the greatest! I was differing on “when it’s dark outside you won’t be able to see anything.” Susan, Erin, I miss you! You might not recognize me in my city life. I have lists! Am obsessive about everything. Sigh. Love the goats who bring me back to basics.

    • Susan

      March 26, 2009 at 8:35 pm

      We miss you too! We were just talking about coming to see you and going to MDSW. I can’t wait for summer on the Vineyard. Love to Joe!

  124. Is that rain I’m hearing/seeing? hail? Sounds hard enough to be hail.

  125. Still looks pretty preggers this morning! This reminds me of my last birthing experience.

  126. What happened to Linda, I can’ t see her in the yurt any more

  127. I’m able to see it just fine. Kind of slow to get going, but fine once it does. How’s Linda?

  128. Hi, I emailed you yesterday regarding my family swinging by the farm this afternoon. Would that be alright? We’d love to see the mommas in person!

  129. Best wishes to all the moms to be in the pen. Have any been born yet? I just discovered this site….

  130. It does look like they are all waiting. Ladies in waiting.

  131. None born yet.

  132. Lisa Stockebrand (aka. lasdcm)

    March 29, 2009 at 4:46 pm

    Miss Linda wants to know where is her flat-screen TV?

  133. it’s getting dark…good night sweet ones…

  134. Good night Miss Linda…good luck! I can’t wait to see what daylight brings us. :)

  135. I guess that is wind making something clank…and I see a light on in Linda’s yurt… oh I hope dawn brings a baby

  136. ooh.. what I hear is rain… oh I hope the moms stay warm tonight

  137. Well has she had them I can’t tell? This is just the coolest thing ever. I keep going back to it all day. And now it’s night and I’m still watching

  138. It’s about 12:18 am your time. I see a human in the yurt. How’s Linda doing? Any signs?
    Sending you all love, Looking forward to babies…

  139. Hi! It’s great that there’s a light in the pen – makes viewing them at night possible for us – they’re up all night, it seems! We’ve had the camera on for the past hour (we’re on the off hours)…do they sleep standing up? We’ve noticed they move around at night, too.
    Too bad we’re over here and you’re over there – otherwise with our schedule, we wouldn’t mind doing the
    “night shift” during kidding season – we’re up anyway in these wee hours! Anyhow, it’s about 3 am and everything appears a-ok from the lambcam.

  140. So, is it Miss Linda who is in the yurt closest to camera? A silly question, but I gotta ask….how do the goats know which yurt is theirs? Or do they do a first come first served; you move, you lose kind of thing?

  141. Where’s Miss Linda ???? Did she have her babies?

  142. I love the lamb cam! We haven’t invested in one of these yet. But after the lambing season we had this year I can see the benefits.

  143. This is so exciting! Thank you so much! I work at a Yarn shop called “The Shabby Sheep in Uptown Dallas, TX

    • Susan

      March 31, 2009 at 9:01 pm

      That’s so cool! I’ll come visit next time I’m home visiting my mama. The cute little yarn shop in her neighborhood in Fort Worth just closed.

  144. The lights are on, it’s after dark
    Shepherds lay waiting, and doggies bark
    Wombs fully swollen yet all is well
    Peek at their hoo-ha’s so you can tell!

    You cant sleep, till there are births
    It’s going to happen, girls in the yurt–
    Awaiting babies, they’ve all been bred
    Another day in waiting just what you need

    Whoa, you like to think that you’re attuned to this stuff, oh

    Its closer to the truth to say you cant get enough, you
    Know you’re

    Gonna have to face it, you’re addicted to lambs and sheep.

    (song transcription of the day)
    thank you.

  145. (in case it wasn’t clear enough that goes with robert palmers tune ‘addicted to love’)
    thank you for playing.

  146. Too funny Rona! made me giggle in the middle of the night when I was doing my web “field” check of the kidding…
    Susan, when you find the solution to the insomnia please do share…I got it with ya.

  147. What does goat labor look like? Someone’s in the hut lying down doing a lot of head bobbing for 2:30 in the morning but for all I know she’s scratching her neck on the doorway.

  148. baaaaaaaaa!

  149. I googled Angora Goat kidding yesterday and found out lots of things,,,like it mostly goes pretty quickly…about an hour of visual pushing. and they kid laying down and then stand up right away and start liking the baby. I only did a short search so nI’m sure there is lots more info out there. this is so interesting and lots of fun “watching” the goats with Susan and Erin!

  150. Safe to assume that when we see one of them “grooming” the other one around the face/neck, that they are actually just eating the hay because they like it? I didn’t think grown sheep/goats groomed each other for bonding reasons, but I could be wrong.

  151. I didn’t get to enter in the contest in time but my husband thinks it will be 2:41pm today so we shall see….

  152. Lisa Stockebrand (aka. lasdcm)

    April 1, 2009 at 5:04 pm

    Hi Harry – It’s raining here in Phila too! sorry your hands are cold and wet :-(

  153. Let’s hope it’s today! DH guessed today, and he’s hit several human birth pools…he got my niece right, on all counts (day, time, gender!).

  154. Oh Miss Linda please have a baby or two today…I am feeling so bad for you to be looking so uncomfortable — up and down and stretching and then up and down and digging and then up and down again. And the up and down looks so difficult. I feel so bad for the nannies…I remember those last few days before deliveries…the Worst!!!

  155. I absolutely love this video feed. I look forward to seeing what’s going on every day. And I cannot wait for little babies running around.

  156. Have they put a chicken in the pen to get the pregnant ladies moving, or just for interest? Does anyone know? Seems to be working though.

  157. thats our baby

  158. And my luck has changed–just got an “up close and personal” view…haha, it’s adorable!

  159. I saw the baby in the blue coat. So sweet of you to show the camera. You do have viewers keeping an eye out!

  160. Oh, what a sweetheart! Thanks so much for letting us get a close up look!

  161. Which nanny delivered first? I cannot tell from the picture of her with her kid. It is too hard to try to match up to the portraits you posted a few days ago.

  162. Happy Easter everyone!

  163. Is Agnes the only one wearing a red sweater?? There is a nanny wandering the pen who has a red one on — I’m puzzled I wouldn’t think she’d be out already.

  164. Happy Easter! Looks like some action in the hut this morning… I can see her belly moving, she’s not moved much, and the other MTB is licking her. My instincts say it may be #2…?

  165. Those chickens were a great idea, because it lets you know you are still watching it live. Brilliant

  166. it was agnus

  167. agnes, sorry

  168. Susan in Maryland

    April 12, 2009 at 9:16 am

    He is beautiful. I’m so happy I tuned in just as you were holding him up to the camera. Thank you! Congratulations Fiber Farm!

  169. Was that Agnes’ baby??? or a new one?
    Happy Easter Susan!

  170. And happy easter to you too, little one. Seeing your little self certainly brightens my day

  171. Thank you Susan, for putting the newest addition to your herd in front for us all to enjoy…
    Here’s to a fruitful week of kidding to come!

  172. Correct me if I’m wrong but do some of the goats/sheep have on SWEATERS?

  173. Sure they do (have sweaters) — they got so bored waiting for the babies that they’ve learned to knit!

  174. Oh, my! Agnes was telling us how unhappy she was to have Arno removed from her yurt! She didn’t seem to understand, “I’ll bring him right back.”

  175. watching Arno learning how to nurse. Agnes is a good mom.

  176. Oh too cute! This little one is so adorable.. thanks Susan and Erin for making it visible to us.. I love the little tail wag.

  177. Jane from Maryland

    April 13, 2009 at 2:29 pm

    About an hour a go we saw one of the chickens get in with Agnes and Arno. Agnes was not pleased and chased her out. Protecting her baby from that menacing chicken. Kind of sweet, but not so much fun for the curious chicken.

  178. Yikes… Agnes can leave her yurt?

  179. Oh no! Agnes has escaped! But it’s almost like she knows she shouldn’t be out, and nudges Arno in when he tries to get out, too. She keeps going in and out of the yurt, looking at the camera – as if to see if someone is watching!

  180. ohhh, such wiggly legs!!

  181. I was in a meeting and missed the new babies….not fair.

  182. I think I saw a lamb born a half hour or so ago!! Or, at least I saw a flurry of activity. Someone went inside the enclosure. What was in the plastic bag? I’m sure you must be too busy (and tired) to update us. Thanks for letting us join in the fun!

  183. First thing I saw this morning was Arno out and about. What a show off! I wish I had that much energy. But seeing him hop about make me smile really big.

  184. How come the babies don’t start nursing right away?

  185. Grace Kathryn Elder

    April 17, 2009 at 8:08 pm

    I had a wonderful day today helping Erin. She is so good with these goats. I was so happy to see Beatrice give birth to twins (boy & girl). They are darling.

    I’m worried about Hannahs little munchkin girl. She is so tiny & has not started nursing very well. Her brother is doing fine. His belly was full. Hannah is so loving & such a good mother.

  186. It looks like your little sheep and goats have little Yurts! super cool good to keep the babies warm? Looks like one might be in labor as I watch…its pretty restless and shall we say plump? Hard to tell, due to the moving around, but it has nice big long horns and I notice some bebies in there all ready. Super cool, thanks for letting us peek into your world. By the way, I swear I heard a thud, some head butting going on??

  187. I love watching. I see two kids, one mamma and one shadow goat…hehe

  188. OK, I see three adorable tail wagging little babies! I am about to SQUEEE!!!!

  189. Green coated person checking on the goat…and the chicken is checking it out too! lmao. ok, its after 3am west coast time. I have to go….but I want to thank you for letting us peek in on the little ones.

  190. This blog is awesome, the lambs are just so darn cute! :-)

  191. Have any lambs been born yet?

  192. Yes! Mom you said to check in and I did !(The exact moment you held up the twins!) THEY ARE SO CUTE

  193. omg, I just stopped in and heard someone talking to the babies! So cute!

  194. I can’t read the comments after the 17th, I keep getting a fatal error about the memory? Anyway thought I would pass that along while I oooh and ahhhh over the newborns and moms


  196. I saw a goat on top of the hay bin. He/she looked so healthy!

  197. this is WAAAAYYYY better than t.v. Of course, i get nothing done b/c I”m forever popping back to the computer to see what’s happening! lol! love it…

  198. Babies everywhere!! They all look so happy to be out exploring…and messing with the chickens. The one up front now is very adventurous…they need chalk letters on their backs so we can tell them apart :)

  199. Baby is eye to eye with chicken. Wonder what they’re thinking :)

  200. I look at this as my reward for tasks done and my reenergizing for the next. Wow to have the babies energy..but its also a destress for me… have my knitting going and relaxing with the lambcam… Susan and Erin you should bottle this! xo Louise

  201. This poor little babe outside the yurt has been there all alone for over a 1/2 an hour. She’s been trampled by the ewe! Awe!

    She looks so weak! Oh good… someone just picked her up and off to find Mom!

  202. love watching the babies discover the joy of jumping

  203. I think a goat in labor just walked past the camera! (something bulging out of the nether end.)

  204. Up close and personal birthing!! Thanks for the play by play!

  205. I love that you’re talking to the Lamb Cam while we wait for McPhee! I feel like I’m standing right there….maybe I should go get my muck boots…

  206. This is an amazing to see especially since I’m on the 10th floor of an apartment building in New York City

  207. Wow – THANKS!

  208. Thanks who ever called and asked for the camera to be moved so we could see baby M being born. It was awesome! Still waiting to see if there is another baby M.

  209. Bridget from Tehachapi, California

    April 19, 2009 at 6:15 pm

    Absolutely smitten. How good is this? Knitting and watching these sweet little ones!

  210. I am confused, I think….I see lots of kids, but where are the lambs?

    I want to thank you all for your hard work in setting this up. I have really enjoyed watching your world!

  211. mica ottensmann

    April 19, 2009 at 7:06 pm

    i think i have a namw for this new baby.
    it may be lame but it’s name could be Nordic

  212. I had some friends over this afternoon to craft together. I was telling them about the Lambcam and went to the site to show them. Lucky for us, we were in time to catch a bunch of the labor and birth of Baby M. I think a few new fans were created in the process! Congrats on all of the babies this week. You guys are champs!
    Also, good move locking the chickens away. They were pecking at the nanny’s “magic goo” and freaking her out pretty early on in the process.

  213. mica ottensmann

    April 19, 2009 at 7:08 pm

    i think i have a name for this new baby if you guys dont mind. it may be kinda lame but it’s name could be Nordic.

  214. Wait. Was it Baby N? I guess my sound isn’t coming through well enough to distinguish between M and N.

  215. wow you have had a busy weekend
    i sure wish i was closer and could come help deliver (not that i know how…but the goats seem pretty darn good at it!) i’m sure some coaching would help from you all.
    hopefully one day i can make it up there, help out, and have fun. i’d enjoy it i’m sure.
    reminds me of the most fun vacation we ever went on as a family
    to a farm in PA
    milked cows, groomed them and did a little row boating on a little lake.
    stay up well
    or sleep well as the case may be
    lotsa love,

    p.s. your thank you note took my breath away. this is a very special place and a very special group of people. i am very honored to be able to join you here. xo
    thank you. too.

  216. so glad sara belle turned me on to this site!

  217. Is that the lot then? No more kids? When do the lambs start?

  218. Thanks again for putting McPhee in the spotlight for us. For those of us who do not make it to a farm too often – it was fabulous. I can now add goat to the animals I have seen born. And I have to admit that I am now biased on which kid I like the most….Katie of course!!

  219. Thanks for the list.

  220. watching the video of Arno and this lambcam makes it very hard not to want getting back into goats! Very hard to pull away from here.

  221. I was re-reading your introduction to all the Nannys – so am really hoping that Nanny McPhee’s baby is doing ok. Will be watching for updates.

    And thanks for posting the full list with names!

  222. monday:
    laundry and lamb cam
    beaming in lotsa love to you all
    looks like a beautiful day there
    it’s going to be a HOT one here i think!

  223. Uh oh, somehow seems unhappy with being in the yurt! Love how she’s looking out and calling as if to say, “Please let me out. I’ll be good, I promise. Anyone? Are you there? Please!!!!”

  224. If you could line up the door to the yert with the Lambcam, it would be possible to see into the structure better. But maybe you’d rather have it the way it is.

  225. So much fun to see the little ones hopping about … earlier some little rascal was jumping up and down on a Nanny’s stomach as the poor dear tried to get a moment’s rest…

  226. going through a rough patch right now, so when insomnia sets in, 1 count sheep! LOVE YOU SARA BELLE

  227. Concerned… I haven’t been on in a while… real world intruding upon my available Lambcam watching time… What happened to Linda? I don’t see her on the list of delivered nannies…??!!

  228. theresa,

    linda is one of the mamas who hasn’t delivered yet.
    please join me in beaming her love and support.

    looks like i’m seeing glistening raindrops
    hope alls well and that weather conditions improve

    we’ve had two days of 90 degree heat + which is really unusual for this close to the beach.
    fans are going
    no a/c here

    beaming love, hugs and good vibs

  229. oops
    those are good VIBES i’m beaming
    i’m not sure what a vib is
    but LOL if you’d like, i can beam those too!

  230. p.s.s. it’s miss linda and fran who haven’t birthed yet
    maybe miss linda is just waiting for the ‘p’ name
    i wonder if there is a font called
    ‘perfect’ or ‘perfection’
    wouldn’t that be sweet?

    well…i’m getting ahead of myself here
    but here’s PERFECTION:

    here’s PEACE: (cool name!!!)


    and PHUTURE:

    there’s also Pi, Pixel, Poema, Poetry, Popolo, Portobello, Present, Prosper and LOL the funny/cute name Polyester! (funny name for a fiber farm goat!)

    maybe miss linda is doing the matriarchal thing and holding off till last…we’ll see huh?

    i’ve gotten ahead of myself but heck…this is fun
    some really sweet P names

  231. Whew OK…. I thought another post said that all the nannies had delivered.

    Doing happy dance! Poor thing looked miserable almost a month ago…I can’t imagine

  232. 10:07 am PDT. Who is in labor?

  233. Is lambcam working? It just says ready

  234. :(
    i don’t know if something is wrong
    but i can’t get the cam to load (never been an issue before)

    please advise.
    (i’m a mac user and even updated my flip for mac…no go)

  235. Mine too. grrrrrrrrrr!!!!!!!!!!!

  236. ok i guess there’s an issue…hope everything is ok with all the ma’s and kids
    keep us posted please…we miss viewing u

  237. I second all of the above in hoping that all of the two-legged and four-legged residents are ok….

  238. YAY and THANK YOU! cams working again :))

  239. I’ve not yet caught a birth. It’s 8:45 pm CST here in Wisconsin. Any chance I’ll see a lamkins born before bed tonight? Is this the last mama?

  240. claire,
    two more nannies to birth still:
    fran and miss linda

  241. Thanks, Rona!
    At what point does a nannie get escorted in to the little cabin in front of the camera? And, how long after the birth does Nannie and lambkins get moved out?
    Best wishes to Fran and Miss Linda. By the way, where are the Papa’s during all of this?

  242. Rona, you must live near me–90′s in April, whew! I’m joining my good wishes to yours and beaming them to HVFF (from Penngrove). Especially for Miss Linda–my namesake and an older mama like me. You know the mantra “om mani padme hum?” My son (just turned 6) says “old mommy padme hum.” Maybe we should all chant that one for Miss Linda.

  243. OMG, I love watching these babies. They are running and gamboling and frolicking with an occasional bouncing!

  244. OMG. Watching the Kid Conga Line is absolutely the most adorable thing.

  245. hi linda,
    im a bit south of u in ventura.
    amazing to go from 90′s to 60′s !
    *u’r version of the mantra is funny :D

    love seeing these babies romp and roam…what FUN!!!

  246. ? is that miss linda in the nanny yurt?

    xoxoooxxoxoxoo lotsa love

  247. ok i have an encouraging song for miss linda (or fran)

    miss linda
    won’t you present your baby today
    miss linda
    time to parturate
    the sun is up the sky is blue
    it’s beautiful and so are you
    miss linda
    deliver your kid today

    (i’m sure you can find a cute tune to go with that ;) ~ i borrowed a few words from the song as …they went along perfectly)

    ok now c’mon girl
    let that little kid slide on in to this world
    we love u!

  248. this is so odd, I just tuned in for a moment and I see a goat in the yurt “protective custody” ;) and there is half the herd on the outside trying to get it…lol
    And in the background there is an adorable head butting tail wagging kid! :) :) :)

  249. uh oh…no cam again…
    is there extra traffic here or?
    hope to see it load again soon

  250. that was odd…it’s back… i wanted to post again 2 let u know …sorry 4 so many posts

  251. Good morning! I saw the feature on the weather channel while I was at the gym on the treadmill–and have been watching the lamb cam ever since while “at work” in my home office. I can hardly wait to get back to the island and volunteer to help.

    Today, I watched the 8:45 chow distribution and am annoyed with the angora goat pushing the ewe away from the feed. The goat ate it all! Hope it was meant to be goat chow. A question: what’s happening that the front pen is closed?

    The webcam has so made the week go sweetly by. Thanks for your hard work and energy–the love and support from the expanding fiber farm community is amazing!

    Jan Orosz
    Columbus, OH
    Vineyard Haven

  252. Those little ones are too cute….head butting each other….thanks for the opportunity to view all this, it’s wonderful..

  253. Man, this joint is just swarming with kids! Looks like they all get along pretty well … love to watch them hopping and tail-twitching.

  254. I saw you on the weather channel, and when they said “lambcam” I thought I’d gone to heaven!! This is SO cool! Although today I think I’m seeing more little goats than sheepies. Such cuteness!
    Thank you for having the lambcam!

  255. the sheep with the horns is Wiley the Sheep! LOL

  256. Beverly Nichol

    April 25, 2009 at 8:17 am

    Where did you find those wonderful birthing houses! We are just starting out with Boar goats. We’ve been at it for one year and had 4 sets of twins and 2 single births this year (we lost one because of it’s size – too big). We could have used some of those houses – they are great! How tall are they? Tall enough for Boar goats?
    I have been considering adding milk goats but have to do a little more research on processing. Goat milk is selling here in NC for about $5 a quart – organic for about $7 a quart. I would love to quit my job and do this full time…but I gotta eat and pay bills too. As long as I can meet my financial demands – I’m good with it (I’m a nurse – love the job – love the goats more).
    Do you have the chickens in there to eat grubs? I understand that grubs and goats do not mix – is this correct?
    I would appreciate any info you can give me.

  257. Yipppeee! I can finally connect with lambcam. Up unitl now, I’ve used my Mac book and couldn’t connect. Today, I’m trying my PC desktop and connected right away. Hey, anything to postpone house cleaning, huh!

  258. well it’s either really really windy and blew everything around or you’ve moved stuff to let the ground underneath soak up some much needed sun to dry and ‘freshen up’ naturally.

    hope alls well…please post when you can about the two remaining nanny’s miss linda and fran and their condition and any news.

    lotsa love beaming and streaming in real time to everyone (hugs included)

  259. Since these babies are all being born on camera and we are following them as they frolic- I think one of them should be named Truman!

  260. Since you moved the yurt to air it out, the picture on the lambcam looks a bit fuzzy. Can you focus it a bit, please?

    Also, have all the nannies had their kids? I thought there were two more, but maybe we just have some sadness that you have chosen not to share. Just wondering.

    Thanks for this wonderful website. I wish I could be there on shearing day, but it isn’t possible this year.

  261. Ah! I read in your post about Daisy that you are way ahead of me and have already named a film star Truman!! Who is the lovely lady in labor?

  262. Your website is AWESOME!!!! What a delight!

    Thank you for sharing!

    Blessings on your business,

  263. Hi all–are we still waiting on Linda & Fran? Did I miss something? (What is Kaufmann like? I love his name.) Thanks for “ask the shepherd,” too.

  264. Just came to your site for the first time… looooove it!!! What JOY you bring…

  265. I am so glad Nanny McPhee’s little one is healthy this year (and with a great name to boot).

    And what a treat that we will all get to watch ARNO into the future!!!

  266. gosh. i guess if you can’t sleep at night, you can “count sheep!”

  267. Amazing – I’m in the UK and this was recommended to me by one of my customers in Sweden – see how far your Cam is going!!! Trouble is, this is addictive and I won’t get much spinning done!!

  268. You have really helped keep my blood pressure down at work! You are living my dream and I LOVE watching everything going on, but especially the babies hopping around. I was looking for the dog beds you tweeted about ???

  269. i think one of the girls should have a baby in honor of your birthday, susan

    i guess
    it doesn’ matter
    what i think!

    and happy birthday!!!

  270. Happy Birthday and congratulations on all the wonderful babies! Lambcam is the most-watched “channel” in this house!

  271. connie berlin

    May 1, 2009 at 7:00 am

    Watching the Cam is very soothing! Great way to start the day. I haven’t been watching very often so today was my first time seeing shadows on the white dome – I assume must be birds or I need to go to the eye doctor.
    I love the babies!

  272. I can’t find “ask the Shepherd” now, where did it go? Answers a lot of questions for us..and thank you.
    Who is in the barred up pen and when is she due? Are you going to switch the cam to the sheep soon? Did Daisey delivered? And no, no, of course I’m not addicted to this site.

  273. Are you SURE that’s a kid on the inside, or is it something else entirely? Like an alien or something otherworldly? yikes! These last mommas have been waiting a looooooong time. poor things.

  274. I was thinking the same thing! Is she REALLY pregnant?? Poor girl has a bum front foot too. I sure hope she has her baby soon. I feel so sorry for her.

  275. It’s 2:27PST and she looks like she’s in labor to me… This is hard – I wanna call the house and tell somebody to get over here in case she needs a hand.

  276. Maria y Julia

    May 2, 2009 at 10:25 am

    Hello and good afternoon from Spain. We are, me and my baby 20 months, seeing your lamb’s nursery. She is so happy!!

  277. Please tell us what’s going on with the ones that haven’t delivered yet — we’re all worried!

  278. They are growing so fast!! It is great watching everyone. Tails seem to never stop.

  279. Linda had two doelings! around 5:55p. Patrick and Logan showed them off. Tiny little things! Susan and Erin are on their way home from MDSW!

  280. Becky in South Bend

    May 3, 2009 at 6:53 pm

    Yeah, Linda!!! Congratulations on your new little bundles of fluff!!

  281. Congratulations to Linda. One of her tiny girls should, I think, be called Optima.

  282. And the second one maybe should, despite the fonts and the alphabet, be called Linda II. The old girl deserves the recognition.

  283. Congrats to Miss Linda, but what about Fran?

  284. Barbara Smith

    May 4, 2009 at 11:09 am

    We are addicted in our classroom. check on them a couple of times a day. this is the first time we can see them all . Too cute

  285. Who won the birthday giveaway? I’m busy knitting my cormo now.

  286. Becky in South Bend

    May 4, 2009 at 4:07 pm

    This new game of “King of the Mountain” on the feeder is cracking me up!!

  287. Debbie Johnson

    May 4, 2009 at 4:30 pm

    those are happy little lambs, boy you can sure tell they are from the goat family. Oh yeah, when I tuned in something seemed to be circling over head, i kept seeing a shadow go by

  288. I, too, thought we were still waiting for Fran to kid. ???

  289. I am sooooo excited to have found you guys!!!!! And in my Hometown!!!

  290. Fran may not be pregnant, last date she could deliver is May 15 , see the info above lambcam

  291. hey ! aww they are so cute !!! i am trying to talk my mom into putting up a web cam for our chickens+ducks and one for our alpacas ….. this is a great idea …. i really want a goat but my mom doesnt like goats so we got alpacas …. but they are SOOOooo cute!! thanks love the farm !

  292. Yup, thanks Cindy–I saw that it had been added above right after I posted my comment. I had been checking there every day. Guess we’ll find out soon enough.

  293. This is the first I have looked at it. This Lambcam idea is really great. I am excited to see you all this weekend. Thanks,


  294. Rain again. I can’t believe it. I hope the weather is wonderful for Saturday. I can’t be there, but I will be sending wonderful wishes your way.

  295. man it’s pouring there
    i haven’t been on for a few days
    well…let the clouds drain tonight!

    sunshine and cool breezes for sat
    i’m prayin for ya

  296. i see SUN!!! (and lots of wagging tails!)

  297. Jane from Maryland

    May 7, 2009 at 11:47 am

    Just started humming a song to the tune “Edelweis.”

    Muddy goats, muddy goats,
    Will it ever stop raining?
    Muddy goats, muddy goats
    Someday you will get cleaner

    Somebody can improve and or finish this…

  298. how is it that a GOAT on camera can be such a HAM!
    some of these goat people just KNOW we’re peeking in!!!

    have a shearly fabulous day tomorrow


  299. Oh my, check Sicily, standing way off in the corner, clearly longing to escape…:)

  300. We plugged the laptop into the TV last night, and lambcam is MUCH better on the TV – The All Goat Channel – All Goats All The Time

  301. Lisa Stockebrand (aka. lasdcm)

    May 9, 2009 at 11:02 am

    Shearing day and cam is down :-(

  302. Lisa Stockebrand (aka. lasdcm)

    May 9, 2009 at 1:03 pm

    And it is back!!!! Yay!!! :-)

  303. Hi Susan! Hi Erin!
    Wish we were there!!!!!!!!!
    We have the Lambcam on all day today……
    Sending sunshine thoughts to you both – hope you
    are having a blast!
    Margaret and Edwina :) :)

  304. Becky in South Bend

    May 10, 2009 at 11:12 am

    Happy “Nanny’s Day”, everybody!

  305. Connie Connor

    May 10, 2009 at 5:53 pm

    Sicily looks so much happier in her own pen.

  306. It makes my day to see them . I love when they are happy and platful!!!

  307. 6:40am…how brand new is this baby !!!!!!!!

  308. Is the Lambcam down or only on partial time now???

  309. Thank you …

  310. Susan – thanks for the interview with baby Alabama on the lambcam… he’s just too, too sweet.. I feel all sugarfied now :)

  311. yay I got a lambie kiss!!!!! timing is everything :)

  312. Looks like Alabama has started taking some dancing lessons…

  313. Is the transition from mother’s milk to grazing, hay and grain a gradual one that begins very early? I just noticed that the babies seem to be eating the hay, too. How long do they usually nurse?

  314. Is the game “King of the Hill”, or flying trapeze? Those little ones are a crack-up!

  315. I read the article in HV Biz and was very glad to see a local business doing so well. I really enjoyed watching the lamb-cam! Thanks for the smiles.

  316. looks pretty cozy out there on that hay, ladies
    nice place to sunbathe!

  317. Ahhhh. Basking in the sun. Lovely.

  318. Becky in South Bend

    May 22, 2009 at 3:58 pm

    Oh My Gosh! Is that our little baby Arno with the tiny little horns nibbling hay from the manger??? they grow uo so fast!!!

  319. Becky,
    I’m thinking that is Sweet William, the pigmy goat. Have not seen Arno for a while!

    When is Sicily due?

  320. Where did everyone go?? There’s not a hoof in sight!!

  321. It’s Tuesday around 3:10 your time. What’s going on with Alabama? Is that some sort of splint or something or did he get into something that just got ‘attached’?

  322. Hi! Just found your website today – probably from Ravelry. Our group’s name is “Yarn Over the Falls.” Love this live-cam! Your website is one of the most sophisticated that I’ve come across. Hope to buy some yarn soon. Just loaded up at the “Erie Sheep and Wool Festival.” Do you attend the Rhinbeck NY show?
    Thanks again for a great site!

  323. I love this site. Discovered it on Cute Overload and have been hooked ever since. I work in customer service and lemme tell you, I come to this site and just breath out the stress and breath in the cuteness. Wanting to reach through the camera and gently snorgle the goat’s curly coat isn’t too bad either. Thank you so much!!!

  324. Thank you so much for creating Lambcam! I think I’m watching Miss Linda, Odette and Ophelia eating – I love Miss Linda!

  325. Susan in Katonah

    May 30, 2009 at 9:20 pm

    It’s after 10 on a Saturday night and Alabama is still running around in circles. His poor mom. I’d like to give her the sheep equivalent of a box of chocolates.

  326. Every once in a while I see one that just rests on her forelegs .. she doesn’t totally lay down … is this the one that has “flystrike”? (BTW .. I googled it …. ick *shudders*)

  327. Cindy aka counting goats

    May 31, 2009 at 9:56 am

    Sharon, that’s Miss Linda, she’s old and has arthritis. She is the mother of the twin baby goats you see. I think they are starting her on aspirin to help her be more comfortable.

  328. thanks for satisfying my curiosity .. any news on how the one with flystrike is doing? I saw the pics and thought “she has her own technicolored dream coat”!!!

  329. This is so cool! I love to watch the lambs and nannies! Theya re so cute. What gave you the idea to do this?

    There’s a goat standing in the feed!!!!!

  330. Cindy aka counting goats

    June 8, 2009 at 7:40 am

    I think the one with fly strike is okay, but no real news on it.

  331. Bama looks like a fullback!

  332. Any news on Sicily?

  333. Cindy aka counting goats

    June 13, 2009 at 8:04 am

    Have not heard anything about Sicily. hope that is good news.

  334. OH MY GOODNESS!! I AM WATCHING A SHEEP IN LABOR!! I LOVE LAMBCAM!! (my boyfriend thinks I am nuts!) This is incredible!

  335. All I can think of is “Mary Had a Little Lamb…

  336. Here chickie, chickie!

  337. have you put floaties on all you wooly bears??

  338. I see people playing basketball in the background! but no lambies! haha

  339. Is the lamb-cam experiencing technical difficulties?

  340. yeah i’m not getting any feed either…blank

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