I have 80 little lambs so far and have done enough delving in sheep rear ends for one year. My worst was a prolapsed uterus swiftly followed by the intestines. That was very sad as I had to call the vet to put her out of her misery in the middle of the night. Her vagina had prolapsed earlier and I had got that back in alright but had to help her with the mighty great Scottie lamb she was carrying. She died shortly after with her head resting on her lamb. On the positive side the lamb is doing really well and is called Katie Morag - I shall be keeping her!
The alpacas are all well - eating the garden whenever I give them an opportunity!
We are a bit behind with toenail maintainence but Trouble is a real help as she enjoys it! No one even needs to hold her when she has her nails done - shame they are bnot ll like that!
And finally - some lambs!
This one is my favourite!
And here is one just born, very weak and had to come home and stay in the kitchen - but she would rather watch television! She is back with Mim now and doing well!
And writing the blog title reminded me - I found a Tick on my tummy yesterday. Never had one of them on me before and I had to shriek for Carl to come and remove it!