I was born on New Years Day
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Posted by MRH (+1500) 10 years ago
Mom waited until afternoon when the temperature warmed up to have twin boys.

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Posted by howdy (+4943) 10 years ago
adorable...thanks for sharing...happy new year...
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Posted by Shu (+1794) 10 years ago
Well, happy birthday to ewe!
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Posted by cubby (+2629) 10 years ago
Am I the only one that only sees one there?
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Posted by C.Kee (+376) 10 years ago
No, I only see one.
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Posted by MRH (+1500) 10 years ago
That is because there was only one in that picture. However, if you want two, here they are.

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Posted by julieinmc (+518) 10 years ago
New life for the New Year. They are adorable!
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+14950) 10 years ago
Cool Pictures! What bred of sheep are those?
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Posted by C.Kee (+376) 10 years ago
Beautiful photos; I can see why you zoomed in and posted the first pic. Thanks for sharing!
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Posted by Matt Smith (+794) 10 years ago
Nice...Thanks for sharing.
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Posted by MRH (+1500) 10 years ago
Cool Pictures! What bred of sheep are those?


Thanks Richard. They are Katahdin hair sheep developed in Maine. They were named after Mt. Katahdin. I think the breed was used in some of the Heifer International projects. We find they do well here. The ewes are good mothers, and the lambs are tough and vigorous.
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Posted by Diona Austill (+193) 10 years ago
Beautiful babies already!
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Posted by joycegibson (+271) 10 years ago
would you mind if I send your picture to the Readers Digest contest site.....showing what awesome things we have in Miles city.....agriculture, sweet little sheep......
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+14950) 10 years ago
"ewe on the pier this, this time of year". I like it.
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Posted by Dona Stebbins (+819) 10 years ago
Love those lambs! Beautiful photo - thanks for postingit
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Posted by Gm. Bonine (+85) 10 years ago
there's mutton cuter than newborn lambs
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+14950) 10 years ago
Dude... too much Mt dew again? Ewe need to decide wether you are going to continue with these baaaad emasculated cheep jokes.
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Posted by polar bear (+509) 10 years ago
Sweet babies. Hoping the weather doesn't get too cold for them.
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Posted by Bob Netherton II (+1905) 10 years ago
MMMMMMMMMMMMM! Rosemary and garlic.
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