Wales: Hicks Farm
In spring and summer you can bottle-feed orphan lambs four times a day and bucket-feed calves on this farm on the Shropshire, Herefordshire and Powys borders. Prices start at £915 per week for a three-bed cottage. hicksfarmholidays.co.uk
Norfolk: Abbey Farm Liveries
Guests can help shepherds lamb the 600 ewes, including day-to-day running of the flock, feeding, cleaning and bedding-down pens, nursing and bottle-feeding. Half-board costs £60 per person per day. abbeyfarmliveries.co.uk
Sussex: Hare Farm Hideaways
Lambing takes place on a large scale here, with 1,000 pregnant ewes giving birth in four different farm buildings, just a stone’s throw from the shepherd’s hut and oast house holiday homes. Prices start at £400 per week. harefarmhideaways.co.uk
Lincolnshire: Rural Roosts
There are more than 300 sheep to lamb this season. Visitors can also combine their stay with fishing in one of the lakes and walks around the farm and surrounding countryside. A one-bedroom pine lodge with hot tub costs £420 a week. ruralroosts.co.uk
Loch Lomond: Shranton Farm
Lambing starts in March at this 5,000-acre farm, which runs from the loch shore to the head of the glen, and has 2,000 Scottish Blackface ewes. Join in with lambing, shearing and gathering the flock. B&B costs £30 per adult per night. farmstay-lochlomond.co.uk
Cumbria: Stay Lambing Live
Lambing takes place in March and April here. In 2011 the family played host to Lambing Live with Kate Humble and Adam Henson. The 400-acre farm has 850 sheep. A three-bed cottage costs £1,085 per week. staylambinglive.co.uk
Cheshire: Millmoor Farm Holidays
Watch lambs being born between January and April, and hand-feed orphan lambs between March and June. Prices start at £285 per week for a one-bed cottage.
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