Just two new lambs this morning, which was a good thing (the skies opened up at about 4 a.m. - I think we received 3/4" of rain in about 45 minutes). One of the lambs was the largest we've ever had. He was a single out of one of my sister's Corriedale ewes, and he weighed 18.5 pounds! He's a moose! I'm amazed that the ewe was able to deliver him without assistance.
I was able to catch all but two of the lambs that we had not yet processed fully. The two that I missed are just too fast - I'll have to wait until I can catch them sleeping! I'll head back to the ranch around sundown to check for more - looks like we'll have several more ewes lamb this evening. I'm also worried about a ram lamb that was born on Saturday - he's a twin, but his mother doesn't seem to recognize him. I may bring him home to join the other bottle babies tonight.