Gallery: First spring lambs of 2010

VISITORS to a rare breeds farm have been getting a glimpse of the first spring lambs of the year.

VISITORS to a rare breeds farm have been getting a glimpse of the first spring lambs of the year.

The tiny newcomers can be found at Baylham House Rare Breeds Farm and have been the star attraction since the site reopened to the public on Friday.

Partner Richard Storer said he expected the lambs to prove as popular as ever among the families visiting the site during half-term.

He said: “Twenty ewes will lamb over this half-term period and about half of them have already done so.


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“We have Norfolk Horn and Llanwenog sheep as well as a new litter of Berkshire piglets - seven of them.

“It's one of the most rewarding times of the year, getting involved in the birthing. There's a lot of drama and heartache, sometimes some sadness, but always a lot of joy.”

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The farm, off the B1113 down Mill Lane in Baylham, is open to the public every day from 11am and entry is �5 for adults, �4 for concessions, �2.50 for children aged four to 16 and free for under fours.

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