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LAMB. A ram, sheep or ewe, under the age of one year. 4 Car. & P. 216; S. C. 19 Eng. Com. Law Rep. 351.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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| Lambing at Adam Henson's Cotswold Farm Park, Gloucestershire 16-28 April Visit the Countryfile presenter's farm for hands-on action - and help bottle-feed the lambs.
Very much a hobby, this year, I have 22 ewes that are in lamb and they started lambing about three weeks ago.
Lambing Live at Hall Hill Farm, near Lanchester, has become a popular attraction with families seeing the event for themselves, as well as an online Lamb Cam for people to watch from home.
Moo is now expecting and is giving birth to her first lamb (or lambs) during this year's Lambing Live event.
Crosstab table (survival and death numbers and percentages) and Pearson Chi-square values for birth type, sex of lamb, month of birth, year of lambing and lamb mortality are given in Table 1.
Ewes express maternal behavior soon after lambing through lamb body cleaning, low intensity bleating and acceptance of the lamb's approach near the inguinal region (Rech et al., 2011).
When I decided to construct a couple of lambing jugs inside my sheep shed, I took the opportunity to build a stanchion into the wooden 2><6 slats of one of the jugs.
The flock's scanning average is 200% and the first 250 began lambing on March 3.
Agriculture students are on round-the- clock lambing duty rota which will continue throughout the lambing season.
Along with the purchase of the farm, we inherited a herd of sheep, just at lambing season.
Lambing methods are now an example of animals being treated merely as agricultural products like turnips or potatoes.