Families have flocked to Snettisham Park Farm during half term.
It was ‘wool and truly’ worth it as children had the chance to meet and feed spring lambs.
Manager Trevor Walters said: “We are just coming to the end of lambing 140 ewes and we have had 200 lambs born.
“If a sheep has triplets she can feed two and the third, we call an orphan, can be fed by hand. Throughout next month, another flock will be lambed and we are expecting more orphans.
“We are also looking forward to our deer calf expected in May.”
Visitors can also enjoy activities such as egg collecting and pony grooming.
Snettisham Park Farm is open seven days a week from 10am to 4pm in the spring and 10am to 5pm in the summer.