I am not really sure what to say about the latest lamb and calf, the one that is going to make its debut in the U.S. next month.
It’s not the prettiest of lambs, it doesn’t have the biggest head, it’s not even particularly long, and it’s certainly not the most fashionable of lamps.
But for those looking for a good way to get your hands on a pair of lambers, I have good news for you: They are available.
I was lucky enough to get my hands on two of these lambs (the first one in October) in my first week of the season, so I have a good sense of how they stack up against the rest of the flock.
But what I don’t get to see is how much better these lambers are than the previous ones.
These new lambers aren’t just shorter and heavier than the lambs from the past, they also weigh less.
That is, they’re a bit lighter, about two pounds less, according to the USDA’s website. I don