Will it never end?Published on September 13, 2019 by Marica Of course it will, and then I’ll be muttering about the cold and rain.Share responsibly!Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...Related, or so WordPress thinks! Post navigation ← Lights Out Pro Tips: Lighting Friends → 7 ResponsesI can’t wait to complain about the cold!Loading...Sing it, sister!Loading...Do you have lambs yet??Loading...No. False pregnancy?Loading...I was just out there taking a good look– as best I can. She has two little pink teats about 2″ long. I tried to look at her down the sagital axis from behind and it doesn’t look to me as if she’s showing. I think the whole thing was a scam.Loading...Time will tell…! Brother/sister mating could be a problem…but I don’t think so.You did your response on the 14th…my computer still shows only 2 responses, which was correct as of Sept 13…it hasn’t changed since then. My response didn’t show up as a response in the count.Weird stuff!Loading...I’m wondering if it’s just a question of when the ewe was old enough. If she’s got teat development, she’s probably pregnant. If she doesn’t look especially like it, she may just have one. You don’t have a lot of choice…you just have to wait and see!My mom used to say…”The first one comes any time. After that, they take nine months.” I’d guess that in this case, the first one comes any time…after that they take 5 months. You don’t know when either/both were biologically capable of producing fertile eggs/sperm. Hormones come before fertility, I think.Loading... Comments are closed.