Spring has sprung and it's got a political feel to it at Whitehouse Farm in Morpeth.
They've named some of their baby lambs after US President Donald Trump, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Theresa May.
The farm, which celebrates it's 20th anniversary this year, say they decided as they lambs were so noisy they should be named after the people who have dominated world headlines so far in 2017.
Tens of lambs are expected in the next month.
The official Spring Equinox is 20th March.
We've got T-May for Theresa May, Trump and Putin - we don't have a Corbyn yet but but he definitely will be arriving at some point - maybe even a Sturgeon but she has quite a long name to stick on the side of a lamb!
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