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Lambcam 2017

Lambing at St Fagans has finished for another year.

As you can see from our stats, the girls got going early and lambed at breakneck speed. So we have crossed the finish line in record time this year, with just under 190 lambs ready to head out into the fields with their mothers.

We hope you have enjoyed sharing our lambing season with us - hope to see you again in 2018 Lambcam-ers!

Lambcam 2017

Warning! counting sheep may cause drowsiness.
Lamb-o-Meter
Births to date

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 here at St Fagans, go to our What’s On pages for more details

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Lambcam Blog:

17 March 2017, Voices from the Archives: Lambing in Pembrokeshire, 1984
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?’

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