The lamb will be reluctant to get up and move around. It may act stiff. If you force it to move around, it will gradually become less lame and stiff. If you watch it closely, it will seem to limp on one leg and then another. Its temperature will be over 104. It will usually eat if you make it get up and walk over to its feed trough.
|Feed||Feed Hay First||Feed Rations||Foot Rot|
|Limping||Parts of a Sheep||Pneumonia||Polioencephalomalacia|
|Polyarthritis||Rectal Prolapse||Sheep Gestation Table||Sheep Selection Checklist|
|Sick Lamb||Snotty Nose||Sore Mouth||Tails - Dock|
|Urolithiasis|| Market Lamb
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