Bottle Baby Fever – Part 3

Last week, we told you what to feed a lamb or kid; this week we’ll show you how to feed them with a bottle.

Bottle Baby Fever – Part 2

Last week, we talked about getting a bottle baby kid or lamb. Here are a few more things to consider before you do.

Bottle Baby Fever – Part 1

Mom has bottle baby fever, but don’t send her get well cards! It means she’s waiting for a bottle baby to be born. His name will be Milo.

California Red Sheep

California Red Sheep

California Red sheep are a dual-purpose breed noted for their silky, beige or oatmeal-colored fleece and their exceptionally tender, tasty meat.

American Blackbelly Sheep

American Blackbelly Sheep

As hair sheep, American Blackbellies are extremely easy to care for and require no shearing or tail docking.

Dorper Sheep

Dorper Sheep

Dorper sheep are a large, hardy meat sheep breed from South Africa. They do one thing, and they do it well.

Tunis sheep

Tunis Sheep

Tunis sheep excel as extremely feed-efficient, productive meat animals capable of thriving on poorer pastures and in hot, dry conditions. According to the National Tunis Sheep Registry website, Tunis lambs require less feed than larger sheep breeds to reach the same market weight within similar time frames. 

Delaine Merino Sheep

The Delaine Merino, one type of Merino sheep, has been described as the most practical Marino on the average farm and is especially adapted to range sheep production in the Western and Southwestern states. It has a history and characteristics similar to other Merinos.

Shropshire sheep

Shropshire Sheep

Shropshires produce a heavy, dense fleece with a soft handle and little kemp. The wool is wonderful for spinning and knitting. The lambs of this dual-purpose breed gain weight quickly and yield a good, meaty carcass.