Ewe and Lambs

Ewe and Lambs

We have had a very busy spring on the farm.  Two lambs arrived while my wife was in California, helping our youngest daughter pack up at the end of the semester.  Lucky for me all went well with the birth of the lambs, and I just got a pleasant surprise when I walked up to the barn.  The mom gave birth to a ram and a ewe lamb, and they both are healthy.  This time of year, our herd expands to fill all of our pens.  We have natural colored Romneys, white Romneys, market lambs which will be sold at the 4H auction, and a few visitors that belong to family members.  It is a full house.

Ram and Ewe Lambs

Ram and Ewe Lambs

The Naturals

The Natural Colored Romney Lambs

Visiting Sheep

Visiting Sheep

Lambs

Shorn Lambs

Chloe and Gus have cemented an odd relationship where he is obsessed with her, and she allows him to follow her as long as he stays one paw swipe away.  He is happy to oblige.

Chloe and Gus

Chloe and Gus

Rosie and Oliver Always Looking for a Treat

Rosie and Oliver Always Looking for a Treat

Lamb Trying Out for Role as Baby Yoda

Lamb Trying Out for Role as Baby Yoda

Photos by: Katie Hynes, Alicia Crisp, and J. Crisp

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By Published On: May 21st, 2022Categories: Miscellaneous6 Comments

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James M. Crisp has been an architect for well over 30 years. His architectural firm, Crisp Architects, designs projects throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Massachusetts. In April of 2007, Taunton Press published 'On the Porch' by James M. Crisp and Sandra Mahoney.

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  1. Denise Buchanan May 24, 2022 at 9:07 am

    I always love seeing the beautiful rooms and exteriors you design, but your photos of baby farm animals totally melt my heart. The baby lambs are the best!

  2. Lorraine Alexander May 24, 2022 at 12:18 pm

    Ditto that emotion. After thrilling to the May ’22 update of animal photos, I went to the menu line for more, which included the story of little (then) Poppy, her rescue and bottle feeding. Oh to be raised on the Crisp family farm! We had a much loved calico for years who was named Poppy. And, yes, I admire the design photos, of course!

  3. Mary May 24, 2022 at 10:42 pm

    Love the farm, love the animals! Know they do make you smile! Keep them coming!

  4. Mary Douglas June 23, 2022 at 8:58 am

    I dream about adding to our home, with your assistance. You and your staff are all so talented. Everything you design is a true work of art!
    The farm family always makes me smile. Your pets are so beautiful.

  5. Molly Tonero June 23, 2022 at 9:10 am

    Lovely enclosed porch design but now I am curious about the “energy panels” you incorporated … ??

  6. James Crisp January 19, 2023 at 6:55 am

    Just glass panels.

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