VIDEO: Huge lamb born at Notts farm

A 'whopper' of a lamb has been born at a farm in North Nottinghamshire - which was so big it dislocated the farmers finger when he was helping to deliver it.

By The Newsroom
Tuesday, 12th April 2016, 5:18 pm
Updated Tuesday, 12th April 2016, 5:22 pm
The giant baby lamb with his mum at White Post Farm, and site director Simon Rouse who ensured a safe delivery.
The giant baby lamb with his mum at White Post Farm, and site director Simon Rouse who ensured a safe delivery.

The female was born weighing a humongous 19.5lbs in the early hours of Tuesday, April 12 at White Post Farm in Farnsfield.

And Farmer Simon, who helped to deliver her, even dislocated his finger in the process.

Anthony Moore, a manager at the farm, said newborn lambs usually weigh 5-10lbs.

The giant baby lamb with his mum at White Post Farm, and site director Simon Rouse who ensured a safe delivery.

Their Facebook Page said “WHAT A WHOPPER!

“She is doing very well after some tender loving care from Farmer Simon.

“Mum is also very well. What a great effort! Well done mum.”

The giant baby lamb at White Post Farm with Farmer Simon
The giant baby lamb with his mum at White Post Farm, and site director Simon Rouse who ensured a safe delivery.
The giant baby lamb at White Post Farm with Farmer Simon