Spring lambs born at MSU's Red Bluff Research Ranch

 

Last updated 5/19/2021 at 10:49am

MSU Photo by Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez

Wyatt Geis, sheep foreman, assists ewes with lambing, Tuesday, April 13, 2021 at Montana State University's Red Bluff Research Ranch, near Norris, Mont.

By Reagan Colyer

MSU News Service

BOZEMAN - Throughout a Montana spring, baby livestock become a welcome feature on the landscape, with both wild and domestic newborns appearing across the state. For the staff at MSU's Red Bluff Research Ranch near Norris, the arrival of springtime means preparing for several hundred new lambs.

Red Bluff, which covers nearly 11,000 acres between Norris and the Madison River, is staffed by ranch foreman Noah Davis, sheep foreman Wyatt Geis and shepherd Raul Franco-Urcos. All three live on the property, which proves useful when the time comes for lambing....



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