Sheepyhollow Lovey was bred to Maxamillion (ag/gulmoget). She is definitely bred and getting larger by the minute. Lovey always clues me in to the fact that she is, in fact, bred, more by her demeanor than anything else. Lovey gets super, well, lovey when she is expecting. Constantly following me around looking for belly scratches and pawing at me when I stop petting her. She is not the most gorgeous ewe, but she has thrown some really nicely conformed lambs with exceptional fleeces.
Lilly was bred to my handsome new spotted ram, ShelteringPines Khazar. I am not sure what to expect from Lilly. She has some minor conformation issues (longer tail) but threw a ewe lamb with really nice fleece two years ago, she was left open last year. Right now, she is probably one of the front-runners in the big belly contest...probably because she was one of the first ewes to throw her booty in front of the ram (she is a bit of a floozy).
Edrea has a more dainty baby bump. Edrea has the most gorgeous fleece, with uniform crimp from neck to breech. I am hoping for a spotted katmoget (or two) from her.
Daisy (right) was bred to Khazar also. She always has lambs with great conformation and fleece. I love her markings, and as an added bonus, she is modified. I should get some wild babies from her! Hmm.. I just noticed that she is standing really weird in this picture....you'll have to trust me, she does have good conformation.
Guinevere was bred to Max. This will be her first lambing so I am expecting a single from her...a gulmoget ewe lamb would be really nice, Guinie (hint, hint).
I put Fallon in with Max toward the end of breeding (after a lot of debating), since she was still a bit small. I can't tell yet if she settled, but I won't be upset if she didn't....I think I shall have plenty of lambies regardless. Fallon is super sweet with nice, crimpy, longer staple length fleece.And last we have Willow. Willow is HUGE. Yes, Willow has a ton of fleece, that is true, but if you could see this belly! It's enormous! I LOVE Willow. LOVE her. You can't tell because of her Ag, but Willow is spotted, she has awesome fleece, perfect conformation, great temperament and she has had the most beautiful babies...unfortunately, thus far, she has only thrown rammy lambies. Come on miss Willow, we know you can do it, push out some little girls this time!
Ah, yes, Sage. Sage looks like she is bred. She is not. I kept her far away from the boys. The only thing in there is a LOT of food. She is a pig. And as Nancy pointed out, she is asking a lot of those little legs!