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Leaping Lambs at Shelburne Farms [SIV346] 

3/14/14: Lambing is in full swing at Shelburne Farms this spring and about 134 babies have been born to their flock of 80 ewes. Eva spends the afternoon with shepherdess Renee Lacoss and some adorable newborns who love to leap, sleep and eat.

You can meet some of these lambs and their moms at the Children's Farmyard or visit on April 12th for "Leaping Lambs and Shear Delights."

Music: The Smittens, "Baby Don't You Know," The Coolest Thing About Love and "Twitterpated! (Mfdod Remix)," A Little Revolution

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Seven Days senior multimedia producer Eva Sollberger launched her award-winning "Stuck in Vermont" web video series in 2007. Her videos have been viewed by millions. She appears every other Friday on WCAX at 6:30pm.

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