#jsn-leftsidecontent_inner .jsn-modulecontainer_inner { font-size: 15px; } She had AB's but died two weeks later. text-align: center; } } margin-top: 7px; display: inline-block; #kunena.lsb-kunena-wrapper.layout .modal { display: inline-block; min-height: 233px; text-align: center; is their a 4th or whatever in side... what is her temp, otherwise I thought sheep were like goats, and had a cleansing discharge for 1-2wks post partum, but not as obvious. I see lochial discharge, often that brick red bloody stuff, up to a week or more after lambing (and calving). .dj-megamenu li div.dj-subwrap.multiple_cols, .dj-megamenu li:hover div.dj-subwrap li div.dj-subwrap.multiple_cols, .dj-megamenu li.hover div.dj-subwrap li div.dj-subwrap.multiple_cols { Gross! DiDi;335017 wrote: Sorry - but were you picking up AB's and antiflams for this ewe without discussing it with your Vet? padding-left: 0px; font-size: 13px; text-transform: uppercase; } min-height: 155px; font-size: 19px; #form-login-password { background: #093; display: none; margin-top: -20px; .dj-megamenu-select-dark .dj-mobile-open-btn, .dj-megamenu-offcanvas-dark .dj-mobile-open-btn, .dj-megamenu-accordion-dark .dj-mobile-open-btn { #kunena.lsb-kunena-wrapper.layout div.modal.fade.in { I'm still pondering the possibility that she might have had trips, given (a) her light condition and (b) that she was my pick to lamb first based on her size a few days before lambing, but held off for another week or so. margin-bottom: 8px; left: 0px; margin: 0; The abortion I delivered was at least 2 weeks after it had died and the colour was dark red/brown. Hopefully someone else has had that exact situation. width: 76%; background: #009933; #jsn-menu { padding: 0; width: 100%; z-index: 0; The lamb is expelled. Perhaps not tomorrow given the forecast, but hopefully Wednesday. } color: #000; As long as it smells alright - i.e. color: #ff7500; } text-align: center; } } I let her be, but finally caught her and saw about an inch of each leg and the nose protruding. z-index: 99999!important; DiDi;335046 wrote: I'm still hoping someone will come on here and say that they had experienced that and all was well! font-size: 16px; display: block; } } As ewes often have multiple births, the same sequence of the rupture of the water bag and expulsion of the lamb will be repeated for the delivery of each lamb. margin-top: 10px; Picked up ABs and anti-inflamms from the vet yesterday but we were both in a hurry and I didn't really ask what the problem is or what might happen next. } Thin ewes are more likely to have difficulty delivering their lambs through exhaustion, show impaired maternal behavior, have less colostrum and milk and sh… } position: absolute; Ewes will vary in the time taken to complete lambing. top: 28px; Too well actually. #jsn-menu div .menu_search.jsn-modulecontainer { margin: 0px; box-shadow: none; background-color: #009933; } Tried. padding: 0; border-radius: 4px; The last stage of lambing includes the expulsion of the afterbirth or placenta. float: left; .jsn-modulecontent .moduleItemIntrotext p { Isla I knew I'd seen that sort of discharge somewhere before and late last night I realised it was in the cattle, which was reassuring. #k2Container .itemList .itemContainer p { } A place to exchange ideas, stories, and to solve problems related to breeding the flock and delivering lambs. margin-top: 10px; max-width: 100%; Did she retain her placenta?? I'm still hoping someone will come on here and say that they had experienced that and all was well! #jsn-topbanner iframe { Bleeding ewe after lambing A place to exchange ideas, stories, and to solve problems related to breeding the flock and delivering lambs. .jsn-itemid-353 #jsn-topbanner iframe { display:none ; height: 124px !important; .itemFullText ul li { The placenta is usually expelled 30 to 60 mintues after the delivery of the last lamb. padding: 10px 0px; #jsn-content { body::after { text-align: center; div.richbox-2 div.jsn-modulecontainer_inner .moduleItemCategory { padding-right: 0px; padding: 0px 10px; } margin: 0; A ewe looked like she was going to lamb an hour ago. padding: 0px; As long as it smells alright - i.e. margin-top: 7px; margin: 0; float: right; #k2Container .itemList .itemContainer p { div.itemIsFeatured::before, div.catItemIsFeatured::before, div.userItemIsFeatured::before { display: block; #k2Container .itemList .itemContainer .catItemIntroText { font-size: 24px; .k2ItemsBlock.richbox-2 .moduleItemTitle { z-index: 9999; } / font-weight: bold; / A verification code will be sent to you. z-index: 9999; top: 15%; #k2Container .itemList .itemContainer .catItemTitle { padding: 5px 0; } border: medium none; #kunena.layout .input-append { } height: auto !important; background: #009933; .jsn-modulecontent .moduleItemTitle { Sorry to hear. .jsn-modulecontainer_inner { padding: 0px 10px; margin-top: 18px; } Anyone had a ewe develop a bloody discharge (pinkish, pasty sort of substance not fresh blood) a few days after lambing? background: none; I discussed this with my midwife friend, and it is common in humans too. Did she recover? display: inline-block; .menu_search input.search-query { color: #000; font-size: 13px; } margin-top: 20px; margin-left: 9%; I thought that Vet's were no longer allowed to prescribe AB's without discussion with the client. That'll give her a flat-ish paddock where the new growth will keep ahead of her, and minimal competition. Don't get too frustrated. .dj-megamenu-default li ul.dj-subtree > li > a { } } } } width: 100%; Sign up for my monthly newsletter!Get all the latest news along with practical tips and expert advice. padding: 10px; z-index: 99999; 45 hectares between Whangarei and Paparoa. } You might want to ask your vet about giving her some dexamethasone mixed with the Vit B complex. background: #fff; border: 1px solid #ccc; padding: 10px; span.catItemImage img { div.itemToolbar ul li span.itemTextResizerTitle { Have started her on baleage and am going to offer her some grain this evening as well. Once you have received the verification code, you will be able to choose a new password for your account. position: absolute; margin-left: 9%; div.catItemReadMore { #k2Container .itemList .itemContainer .k2ReadMore { width: 93%; The smell once getting in there was something I will remember for the rest of my life! Just now it's easiest to keep her in the enclosure where I can keep a close eye on her. background: #fff; Selection for rearing ability of ewes offers excellent prospects for improvinglamb survival. } display: inline-block; It's got grass but not nice new fresh stuff. } .lsb-custom-login-form-wrapper .lsb-group-username{ #kunena .navbar .navbar-inner.lsb-custom-navbar-inner .nav { } border: solid 1px #ddd; } } color: #000; width: 100%; The problem was normally sorted by the end of that time. For a ewe that is truly hemorrhaging (bleeding) due to lambing trauma after lambing with bright red blood in copious amounts- the best trick I learned was to put ice in a plastic OB sleeve and insert it in the ewe's vagina to promote clotting. .jsn-homepage #jsn-topbanner { Mastitis. padding-right: 0px; I do think there was something not quite right with her though and on Saturday the discharge was more bloody and I'm sure she was in pain. #k2Container .itemList .itemContainer .k2ReadMore { .k2ItemsBlock.richbox-2 .moduleItemImage { } #jsn-topbanner p { height: 22px; [phpBB Debug] PHP Warning : in file [ROOT]/vendor/twig/twig/lib/Twig/Extension/Core.php on line 1266 : count(): Parameter must be an array or an object that implements Countable I had to work hard to get the lamb out but couldn`t revive it. color: #000; font-size: 19px; display: none; How much blood are you talking about Dave? Can you clarify please? border: 0px !important; padding-right: 0px; font-size: 16px; text-transform: uppercase; box-shadow: 4px 4px 9px #5b5959; Sorry - but were you picking up AB's and antiflams for this ewe without discussing it with your Vet? margin: 0 auto; div.k2ItemsBlock ul li div.moduleItemIntrotext a.moduleItemImage img { I see lochial discharge, often that brick red bloody stuff, up to a week or more after lambing (and calving). I'd make up a tea using 6 teabags of Raspberry leaf tea and let it soak into some hard feed of a type that the cow liked, then feed it to her twice a day for about 3 days. If good, short grass is available then that will likely have better food value. I have seen this many times, and this year some our our ewes are discharging a week or longer after an easy birth. color: #000; In your case - I wouldn't have thought a pink discharge is normal - at least over 20 years of goats and sheep, I have never experienced it so with her not being herself, I would be concerned that she has retained placenta (I know what that is like for myself!) width: 100%; margin-top: 10px; display: inline-block; } body { } height: 30px; text-transform: uppercase; padding: 3px 0px 25px; div.k2ItemsBlock ul li a.moduleItemReadMore { The only thing I have dealt with was delivering a well dead abortion and that was not pink. width: 100%; The only other thing I've noticed about her is that she was moving a bit stiffly at times after lambing. font-weight: bold; } .dj-megamenu.dj-megamenu-default.dj-megamenu-sticky.dj-megamenu-fixed { } } } position: absolute; } } Something isn't right. text-align: center; font-size: 13px; padding-top: 8px; padding-right: 4px; I just came in from the barn. } If there is a smell then give a/bs, and lots of them. margin-top: 0px; text-decoration: none; width: 93%; float: right; } A rising plane of nutrition at the time of mating (also referred to as tupping) is an Ewes in poor condition at lambing time, or those that have lost a lot of condition since tupping (mating) are more likely to have problems at and after lambing, as will their lambs. font-size: 13px; margin-left: 0px !important; min-height: 39px; color: #fff; } Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation. margin-bottom: 0px; #jsn-topbanner { width: 97%; The key for the ewe is the smell of the back end of the lamb; after a few days, the ewe will detect her own milk in the lamb's feces. For a ewe that is truly hemorrhaging (bleeding) due to lambing trauma after lambing with bright red blood in copious amounts- the best trick I learned was to put ice in a plastic OB sleeve and insert it in the ewe's vagina to promote clotting. .jsn-joomla-30 #group45 { .ial-window, .ial-usermenu { display: inline-block; font-size: 16px; text-transform: capitalize; } padding-bottom: 12px; z-index: 99; } .navbar .navbar-inner.lsb-custom-navbar-inner .nav { #kunena.lsb-kunena-wrapper.layout .lsb-topic-detail-wrapper .message .kmessage { She evidently had multiple problems. padding: 3px; } .dj-megamenu-select-dark .dj-mobile-open-btn:focus, .dj-megamenu-select-dark:hover .dj-mobile-open-btn, .dj-megamenu-offcanvas-dark .dj-mobile-open-btn:hover, .dj-megamenu-offcanvas-dark .dj-mobile-open-btn:focus, .dj-megamenu-accordion-dark .dj-mobile-open-btn:hover, .dj-megamenu-accordion-dark .dj-mobile-open-btn:focus { h3.jsn-moduletitle span { } color: #222; Get all the latest news along with practical tips and expert advice. } She's looking more comfortable now so hopefully the ABs have done the trick. 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