Go Daisy!

First ewe showing early labor signs!  

Daisy was the first lamb born at Morning Star Meadows, so kinda neat if she ends up being the first of her group of maiden ewes born that year to lamb!  Her pen is all ready for her.  We’ll wait until she’s a bit closer to separate her – right now she’s not sure what’s going on and wants to be with the other girls.

She’s still eating and chewing her cud, but stops from time to time and just stands there wagging her upright tail and looking uncomfortable.  She even let me pet her for the longest time.  Poor thing needs comforting!  After going through this enough times myself, I certainly have an idea of how she’s feeling!

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