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Re: Info on a lamb
« Reply #15 on: March 28, 2015, 01:50:20 pm »
I don't think you started on milk too early doll, some say carry on for a few days , some say go to milk, I tend to if they're a bit weaker I put a bit of colostrum in milk, but very rarely.  I do think that one lamb can be to date in a ewe from first raddle mark, she couldtake for the second so called twin later, so then ou could have one spot on lamb and one that s come out and not quite cooked yet, if that makes any sense at all.  This little lamb probably was a little underdeveloped, lungs not strong enough.  Not enough body fat.  Keep going, it won't always be like this. Xx
« Last Edit: March 28, 2015, 05:11:12 pm by Hellybee »


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