Purplequeenvt - Lambing 2023

purplequeenvt

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I caught Dee this morning and put her in the lambing stall. Her due date is tomorrow and while I don’t think she’s going to lamb imminently, I’m working this weekend and she’s semi-feral and I wanted her where I can see her/someone can help her if needed.

What has the little turd spent all day doing? She’s been standing/laying directly under the hay feeder in the ONE spot my camera can’t see. 🤦🏼‍♀️ Brat.
 

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Dee in her Nest of Invisibility. She’s back in it today.


Keep my little bottle baby in your prayers. She’s not doing too well. She’s bright-eyed, eating, not in pain, and no fever, but her legs have gotten too weak to hold her up for long. I suspect white muscle disease (selenium deficiency) and have treated accordingly, but it may be a while before we see any positive changes.
 
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