Fortunately, the sheep are continuing to take advantage of the warm temperatures by delivering their lambs now. (Obviously the deliveries are timed by the gestation period and not by weather, but it's a very fortunate coincidence.) The third of our ten ewes lambed this morning; she had male and female twins, but the male was stillborn. The female appears very healthy, and by late afternoon was already out and exploring the barnyard.
And, much to her mother's consternation, had also figured out how to get on the wrong side of the fence that separates the sheep from the goats:
And so is the whole Yeoman Farm Family.