R Ranson wrote:If she was older, it could be she's ready to pop out a lamb, but only 10 months? It's a puzzle.
It's beyond my skills and knowledge so I sent out a call in the Daily-ish email. With over 30 thousand readers, there's bound to be someone out there who can help.
Thank you sir.
Also she is not up and around as much as the rest but she is still eating and drinking.
I suspect that she was bred when I got her but not sure.
I also quoted her age wrong. She is right at a year old. Sorry for the misinformation.
Burra Maluca wrote:Sheep have good memories when it comes to electric fences. They will eventually figure out that it's not live though, and when that happens they learn to test it each time. Which means that your fence will never work unless it's switched on. I find it best to keep it switched on as much as possible and then if anything does go wrong I have a few days until they start to figure it out.