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Meet Bullet and his twin.Mommy is carefully watching over them.
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Bullet is up and going, ready for his first meal within 40 mins.
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Here is Bullet now – 2 months old. Boy time has flown by

The lambing process has evolved over thousands of years and most ewes will lamb normally without any trouble or need for assistance.After a normal lambing, the ewe can usually take care of her newborn lambs. It is best not to interfere. In unusual cases, it may be necessary to wipe the mucous from the lamb’s nostrils to permit breathing. You’ll want to make sure that the ewe claims each of her lambs and allows them to nurse. A vigorous lamb will get up and nurse within a half hour to an hour after birth. Make sure each lamb gets colostrum, the first milk produced after lambing.

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