Here are twin Suffolk lambs, “Blackbelt” and “Quicksilver.” These Suffolk Sheep descended from a nearly wild breed of Island Sheep, over three human family generations and dozens and dozens of lamb generations, becoming incredibly hardy. Before coming to our farm the entire herd gave birth in the fields with no veterinary help whatsoever. With no man made shelter, no medicine, no hoof trimming and no supplemented nutrients only the strongest survived. The result is an incredibly athletic, wild and unusually hardy sheep, which when full grown can easily jump a 5 foot fence. Ask me how I know! One of them jumped head first into my chest at a full run and nearly knocked the wind out of me. I was brought back to my days as an all area inside linebacker. Point being, I was an all area inside linebacker. Nonetheless, we’ve had many unique challenges trying to domesticate these wild little Suffolk. But it’s working! Amazingly mama didn’t mind as we picked up her babies. Our hope is in a couple generations they will become as calm and fearless as the other domesticated breeds.
@car9967 That is so sweet
@stephenjack2800 Take a look at a Suffolk and a Romney going hard on my gallery.
why are you trying to domesticate them if you're a fan of their Independence and wildness?
@ame_se_mais_ok São lindos❤️
@louriec My Bearded Collie is trying to herd my phone! Lol! Soo cute!
@j.kelly135 Well I just read a wiki page on suffolk lambs
@annabitt91 And you betray their confidence by killing them! So sweet
@maria.spotlight Katherine goes into the stable with red polished nails🤔 what does this tell about her🤨
@jenniferpeterson_caliving yeah, wtf is this? He's a hunter so these lambs are toast right? Or am I missing something?
@conwayjacky LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE
@emmaemma9238 so sweet
@debrajohnson2369 Wow. That is a miracle. Just amazing.
@danielletheresac76 Endearing picture ❤️
@abigail_avocado_dab Wow! How cute!😍😍😍