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    Default Suddenly a formula feeding mum!

    I rescued this orphan lamb today, it had been born, and then rolled down a steep bank, and was hanging on by the skin of it's teeth poor bub.

    I don't think she had any colostrum, so she might not make it, but fingers crossed! The 3 - 4 hourly feeds are killing me!!

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    Poor little thing! Looks like the boys are enjoying the company though!

    Re 3 hourly feeds; MM, you are the BH lactivist god. If you can BF 3 boys for how ever many years you did then 3 hourly bottle feeds should be a walk in the park!! I'm glad to hear the little lamb is in such good care.

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    How gorgeous is that little lamb. Going back to three hourly feeds must be challenging once you are out of the habit of night feeds! I hope she stays healthy

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    You are amazing @MilkingMaid
    She's adorable and lucky to find you
    Fingers crossed you can save her

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    What a cute little lamb Hope the little one makes it! Sheep are good pets (had some growing up). Good on you for taking on the 3hourly feeds!

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    Awwww cute!

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    So good so far! Pooing out heaps of meconium, geez it's nasty stuff! If that clears out well she might be OK.

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    You're a good woman! Every time I rescue a lamb the three hourly feeds have me scratching my head thinking WTF am I doing? Lol

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    @misskittyfantastico do you have a magic colostrum subsititute recipe?

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    I know there is a colostrum sub for dogs not sure if it extends to sheep though. Maybe give a rural vet a call and see what they suggest as a sub.

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