LambCam LIVE

Lamb Cam is back for 2017 and we’re so excited!

In February and March each year, visitors can come and see the births, newborns and mums in the Lamb Nursery at Mead Open Farm, or keep an eye on all the excitement from home via LIVE LambCam – available 24/7!

Don’t forget to visit us at the farm to say hello to our lambs and mummy sheep!

  • See baby lambs take their first steps
  • Meet the new borns in the Lamb Nursery
  • Bottle feed the older lambs
  • You might even see a lamb being born
  • Plus all the usual outdoor play, indoor play and animal activities!

With lots of new babies expected this spring, there will be plenty of cute fluffy bundles and mischievous play!

Click here to book tickets*!

Sadly, hoax commenters claiming to be from Mead Open Farm have been posting incorrect information in our comments feed.
To save any further upset to our loyal LambCam viewers, all official Mead Open Farm updates will be posted as Lambing Diary blogs in the future.

Please feel free to leave a comment or question about LambCam

Deborah

Where do these beautiful lambs go after the Barn?

Comment Date: February 27, 2017
Helen

Good morning blondie

Comment Date: February 27, 2017
Blondie

good morning to everyone

breakfast time approaching! lots of activity.

Comment Date: February 27, 2017
Helen

Good morning MOF good morning all a very wet swansea today and back to school runs wish I could be in the barn with lambs all day

Comment Date: February 27, 2017
Evgeniya2018

Hello. And Bye.

Comment Date: February 27, 2017
sarah

Was very tempted to grab and run! The lambing talk was great, the animals are so happy and healthy, they were an absolute joy to watch. I could have stayed all day watching them all. The staff are great too, very attentive to their animals needs and answered all the questions we had. I think Dolly’s baby was a boy but they had two out to show us so I might have got confused. I met the daddy ram too. Its a definite must if you live close enough to visit. Keep up the good work Mead Open Farm.

Comment Date: February 26, 2017
Shirley

Sarah, what a lovely picture of Dolly / Blue’s baby. You are so lucky to have seen them today and to stroke her. I’m so jealous, though I might have been tempted to grab her and run. Such a cute breed of sheep.

Comment Date: February 26, 2017
Sarah

Went today, blue is actually “dolly” and she had a beautiful lamb. Going to upload photo I got to mead Facebook visitors post shortly. We got to give her a stroke. All ewes who were in bonding pens are now in a big pen together. So gorgeous in real life <3

Comment Date: February 26, 2017
Pat

Thanx mo. Shame i hoped we would get a better view of blues girl.

Comment Date: February 26, 2017
Mo

No,
all the ewes and lambs that were in the bonding pens are now at the back

Comment Date: February 26, 2017