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    Ah, raised many of these growing up....feeding out of a pop bottle with a nipple in the middle of the nite. miss those days.@

    lambswool on the hoof | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    Obviously not sheep, but I totally need some Angora goats on my fiber farm! Even if the idea of shearing these guys make my head hurt. ready for their 6 monthly shearing #goatvet

    Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk. Faces of sheep that Inca children take to the higher mountains to graze, every day: for more information about the chlldren's experiences while herding in the mountains, see the upcoming book "Beyond the Stones of Machu Picchu: Folk Tales and Stories of Inca Life." (Thrums Books due out 12/13) and the website incas.org

    Counting Sheep by Rich Lewis [busy!], via Flickr

    Maybe I'll get a lamb with coloring like this so I can have a black sheep but still dye the wool.

    Photo that I took at the local farm. Another one of my favorites yet. ©Kristin Sanderson 2011

    The sheep was originally brought over from Europe. They were brought over on Christopher Columbus' second voyage. I think that it was intended to bring them over so that the Native Americans can make clothes and blankets.