B is for baby lambs . . . or baaa.
- New Zealand has the highest density of sheep per unit area in the world. It has more sheep than people. In fact, the country is home to nearly 4.5 million people and 30 million sheep.
- Springtime is lambing season, and the hills all over the country are dotted with adorable, bouncing lambs.
- For the 130 years prior to 1987, sheep farming was the New Zealand’s most important agricultural industry. Since 1987 dairy farming has been number one.
Postcards of New Zealand is my theme for this year’s AtoZ challenge. Throughout April I am joining 1,500+ bloggers worldwide. We will write daily blog posts (except Sunday), each based on the next sequential letter of the alphabet. I will be sharing the best of my New Zealand photos – one photo for each letter.
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