Oh my goodness. I thought for sure I had simply missed a post about Hannah lambing. You poor thing, of COURSE she will wait for this storm, lol, just to keep you on your toes. Whatever she has is going to be very special to you; having waited so long. Good luck and let's pray this silly late "winter" really does leave tomorrow without leaving too much for us all to deal with.
:) Hi Cynthia,Really ready for spring to stay put and winter to give up.Apparently Hannah did this last year to Becky, too. Today she can hardly breathe. She sounds like a sheep I found bloated once, huffing away. But she is perfectly content otherwise... trailing at the back of the flock... waddling along. I'm hoping she gives me some Courante ewe lambs to keep!
My fingers are crossed for ewe lambs for you Sabrina! And I hope they come soon for everyone's sake. :-)
Your Hannah, my Anna. Anna was the first ewe I saw bred last fall, but clearly didn't take since 13 ewes have now lambed before her! The wait gets long when you are amost done.
Wow, that's a big girl. Here's to hoping she lambs today so you can relax a bit.
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