I could write to you about something useful, but instead I'm going to be an enabler.
You'd probably be better of not researching Babydoll Sheep. You might just fall in-love with them *ahem* hence the name "Babydoll" sheep. Anyway, if you are too lazy to look them up, I'll continue my Enabling Services...
Just look at those furry critters. Do you want some yet?
Need I even say I wouldn't mind having a couple bottle lambs scampering around the farm? Be honest, who wouldn't want to wake up every morning to see this adorable little critter?
Besides all the cuteness, they are very useful. No really. They mow your lawn for you, provide an unlimited supply of fertilizer, not to mention all the wool you could harvest from them. Plus they are a smaller breed of sheep, extremely docile and great around kids, and on top of all that they make adorable lawn decorations. ;)
They come in an assortment of colors, not just white.
If I had some, they would all be trained to walk on a leash. Because seriously, who in their right mind wouldn't want to take a sheep for a walk??
I think I need some walking carpets. You?
Quite recently I've become very interested in spinning my own wool and making all sorts of things out of it. There are only two things holding me back. #1. I don't know the first thing about spinning wool, and secondly I'd want to harvest it from my own animals..but I don't have any animals who produce wool.
Maybe I should start out with Angora rabbits, and learn to harvest their wool, before taking the plunge into raising sheep. WHAT? You've never heard of Angora rabbits? You need to get out more. (I feel another enabling post coming on...).
Are you in-love with these little sheep yet? I sure am.
What about you, have you ever wanted to raise your own sheep to harvest their wool?
Photo credit to Google Images...none of the above pictures are mine.