2021 lambs arrive in the Anza Valley

Mother ewe tends to her new twin lambs. Anza Valley Outlook/Courtesy photo
Lambing season is upon the Anza Valley, with the babies of many different breeds of sheep frolicking and kicking up their heels at ranches and small farms in the rural mountain community. Sean and Ashley Titel raise Dorper sheep in Aguanga, and they said it is proving to be a very active time of year for their small herd. Several new lambs are expected, as well as a good number of goat kids. The gestation period for both sheep and goats is about five months. One, two, three or four babies can be born to one mother, depending on the breed. Singles and twins are most common. Baby sheep are called lambs, and baby go
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