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What breeds are my lambs?

 
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I recently got some baby lambs, and I am curious what breeds they might be. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks everyone.
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have any pics of them now they are a bit older? this can be difficult especially since a lot of people have mixed fiber flocks or meat flocks.
 
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They could be Finnsheep but their tails are a little long. Check out this page.
 
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