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Welcome to a live view of the lambing shed here at St Fagans National History Museum.

Our rare breed ewes will be giving birth throughout March 2016. There are currently about 100 breeding ewes in the flock and we are hoping for over 150 lambs – so it’s set to be a busy month!

The lambing season is over for this year – it’s been a busy month with over 170 lambs being born.

See you in 2017 Lambcam-ers!

Lambing is an exciting and unpredictable business – with plenty of highs and a few inevitable lows. As well as checking up on our girls here, you can read the

If you’re planning to visit us at St Fagans, please bear in mind that weekday access to the farm is restricted due to the current building works at the Museum. Check our Whats On guide for details.

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Lambcam Blog:

29 March 2016, Lambcam 2016 – the final countdown
24 March 2016,
20 March 2016, Voices from the archive – Remembering Lambing Time
13 March 2016, A guide to lamb presentation - aka ‘what’s going on in there?’
18 February 2016, #lambcam 2016

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