That's what my girls (with a little help from Buddy, way back 5 months ago) have done in the last two weeks. A 250% lamb crop is pretty outstanding in any one's book. The last ewe lambed around noon on Sunday and produced a set of triplets. The final count is 9 ram lambs and 6 ewe lambs.
Last year I had 20 ewes lambing and it seemed to go on forever. This year, with only 6 ewes, was a walk in the park, comparatively speaking. I'm very happy with the quality and health of the lambs and I believe I've gotten the type of fleece I've been breeding towards the last few years. Now I have the fun of watching the lambs run and jump and play. I always try to keep a straw bale in the middle of the pen for the lambs to use for their games of "King on the Mountain" and for jumping practice. It draws them like a magnet and gives them something to climb on besides their poor, long-suffering mother's back. (Sorry about the poor lighting. It's hard to get much light in the barn at that time of day.)