Ta-Da! The inspiring Trans Am!
I never get tired of photographing this boy.
Tucker's head. Just minutes before he broke off one of his button scurs. Wish all my ram lambs had so little horn material! Tucker has improved in his attitude. He is seldom even interested in me anymore, and when he does come forward, he sniffs and walks away again. I never did get him banded. So I am impressed that he seems to have outgrown his shenanigans. Tucker is my second largest ram lamb, recessive for moorit, and carrying solid.
Nhu's twin ram lambs, Gwilym & Ian. Both have gorgeous fleece. I'm showing their back ends because the moorit was born with what appeared to be a long hairy tail. It was so out of line with his parentage. But look at him now...a very small and proper tail! How these lambs can surprise me.
Here is Nhu's moorit, Ian, from the front. One of his scurs broke early on, the other is it's original length. This boy had a spotted forehead at birth. And I'll be coating him as soon as I get out the needle and thread to repair one more C coat.