I think she had QUINTUPLETS!!... (but something awesome happened!) | SPRING LAMBING 2021 | Vlog 434

1 Pri 2021
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I think I had my first set of QUINTUPLETS today!! The only problem, or maybe solution... is another ewe I think took as her own! Which is totally awesome as mom only had a single!!!
And, that kind of luck is very atypical for me!!
Still doing lots of investigating on this lamb with what now looks to be a broken leg. And the story doesn't end here.
#lambing #sheep #farming

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  • Maybe wrap upper leg/hip in a figure 8. (Around body). Would give better support and stability.

    CjCj16 orë më parë
  • I used to help farm goats on my moms farm and since getting married I moved to cali... my husband doesn't understand why I love this channel to much can't wait to own my own farm and hopefully start with sheep too

    Zachy And LizzyZachy And LizzyDitë më parë
  • You are so kind Sandi. I love you

    Sherry SaundersSherry SaundersDitë më parë
  • I had calves with white muscle, I didn’t know lambs could have it as well.

    NanabugNanabugDitë më parë
  • Puppy love is always appreciated ... remember to stay safe and stay blessed

    Dionne CornettDionne Cornett2 ditë më parë
  • I just found your channel and I'm so fascinated!

    Karen UlibarriKaren Ulibarri4 ditë më parë
  • So I’m just curious, we never see you deal with the umbilical cord. How do you handle that? Is there an umbilical cord when the lambs are born??

    Andrew HildebrandAndrew Hildebrand5 ditë më parë
  • I had a Siberian Husky do a "Lucy". He was about 4 months old and on a leash. He ran, hit the end of the 26 ft leash and went airborne. He screamed bloody murder, I carried him back to the house to call the vet. While I was calling, he got up and started barrelling around the kitchen. I was traumatized!

    Tonni L CallanTonni L Callan5 ditë më parë
  • The background sounds should be taped for a horror film.

    cheongyeicheongyei6 ditë më parë
  • at 5:00

    Josephine FundenbergerJosephine Fundenberger6 ditë më parë
  • Never thought that would find this interesting...wondering what you are birthing so many for? What type of cliental enquire? This a question from a NON FARMER but do love the idea.. sadly living in the city... that is not possible.

    Rosa GrahamRosa Graham6 ditë më parë
  • How many sheep do you have

    Catelynn-Jade LowellCatelynn-Jade Lowell6 ditë më parë
  • Love your videos!

    Kaci HollandKaci Holland6 ditë më parë
  • A warm congratulations to your lovely farm. Great joy but hard work as ever. Sending lots of heart and strength from Australia.

    Julia NolanJulia Nolan6 ditë më parë
  • I wish you can send me a book where you write all the tips

    Noluthando SkepeNoluthando Skepe6 ditë më parë
  • Sandi you excellent, you talk protect and you also a doctor, a mother to your stock

    Noluthando SkepeNoluthando Skepe6 ditë më parë
  • m no farmer ---but seems cruel to leave a broken leg.....or even put them down for broken legs----if u dont want them seems a rescue would

  • wouldnt you call a vet?

  • Impressive! Thx for your TLC 😌

    Laura FarringtonLaura Farrington6 ditë më parë
  • Are they always locked inside? The babies are precious

    Carola Beck WingertCarola Beck Wingert7 ditë më parë
  • I'm happy to see you so confident at reviving cold babies. A few weeks ago you weren't!

    4BetterEd4BetterEd7 ditë më parë
  • That white lamb that you turned around is so strong! Just seemed to shake off being born as if it were an itch or something. I just found your channel. I've never raised sheep, yet have thought about it. So far loving your channel. Great channel, as you're showing problem solving. Thanks for sharing!

    Carol ReidCarol Reid7 ditë më parë
  • You have a busy life

    Debra OlsenDebra Olsen7 ditë më parë
  • Wow!! Busy ewes, determined lambs. So grateful Lucy appears to be doing fine. Sure enough, when babies are startled by something they haven't experienced before, even if they are okay, you are right, they start crying and it escalates as they seem to milk it for all it is worth. Then sometimes, they react to the actions of the parent(s) or both. I know you still have your eye on her. Honey, you have been having some interesting births going on. The lamb you had in the cage in the warming room was trying to get up with the casts on in the cage behind you when you were working on the lamb you had just brought in ..... or so it looked to this inexperienced subscriber. Though I'm getting pretty familiar with terms, names, training, etc after a year and a half or so, I'm still only aware of some things in my heart and from watching. But it makes me feel good when I find myself thinking, "O, it needs Selenium " or "That ewe looks like she may have pregtox (spelling wrong)" or "Sandi's going to take that one to the warming room". I'm not always right, but you keep teaching and I am enjoying learning. I'm not gagging anymore at times. LOL!! I have such high regard for your integrity and honesty. You still are pretty hard on yourself, but you are getting better about that and seem to be taking in the wisdom, respectful, affectionately genuine comments that are sent to you. We do love and admire you, Sandi, and your family, Karrisa/Carissa, as well as your friends, vets and pups. I melt watching Kinsey loving on the ewes. They seem to be waiting in line for their turn for kisses/affection. I put your channel in comments on a couple homesteaders I watch who need some education. Someone else did too on one of them. I think it was Justin Rhodes' channel. They ewes were lambing. There was a stuck situation and I'm telling him what to do and he needed to check with you. As it turned out, he did something right and all was good. His oldest son, Jonah, I think he is 11-12, seems to be a natural with all the farm animals. Also, Good Simple Living (?) with Jeremy & Melissa and their 4 children. They have the cutest looking sheep. First to lamb, delivered her lamb so easily and immediately ran away. Would not let the baby near her! They bottle fed. Mommy is casual now, but not ready to bond. Anyway, your name was given to them, too. So, if you get posts from them, I'm guilty and half guilty. 😁😁. Please take good care. God bless, love and blessings to all of you. You are so dear to my heart!! This is your 82 year old subby that has a goofy personality - no drinking, no drugs, just goofy at times. I have a habit of thinking I'm funny and forget you don't know me. I apologize, Sandi. 🐑🐶🐏🕊🙏🕊🥰 So, the warming room is where you enter the barn area and your office is now "above" the warming room.

    Beverly WebsterBeverly Webster7 ditë më parë
  • it OBVIOUS leg is broken and poor baby in horrible pain ....and you need to pull only then sheep pushing...if you pulling then she don't push you can tear uterus ( i'm vet)

    Fonta UrantijaFonta Urantija7 ditë më parë
  • I wouldnt have taken the cast off that the vet did

    Mary WrightMary Wright7 ditë më parë
  • Lucy is a Drama queen! LOL

    Crafty QuilterCrafty Quilter8 ditë më parë
  • New sub. I love your energy ♥️✌🏼

    RandomHippieRandomHippie8 ditë më parë
  • You certainly have your work cut out at lambing time. You are very committed to them and I love Lucy she is wonderful. TFS

    Mary BarrattMary Barratt8 ditë më parë
  • So cruel to be repetitively fiddling with it just to show US it was broken!! Stop focusing on us and give pain control to the poor lamb. What’s wrong with you?

    Michelle GravolinMichelle Gravolin8 ditë më parë
  • STOP FIDDLING WITH THAT LEG! She’s obviously in PAIN and trying to get AWAY from you! And why do you need a vet to tell you she needs a PAIN KILLER!!! Just cruel!

    Michelle GravolinMichelle Gravolin8 ditë më parë
    • If you don't care for live stock, then why watch a channel about raising live stock?🤦‍♀️ Just save yourself the trouble and scroll on to a video about something you do like next time.

      Kaci HollandKaci Holland5 ditë më parë
    • @Kaci Holland we don’t need to eat livestock; it’s a choice, and that choice has victims

      Michelle GravolinMichelle Gravolin5 ditë më parë
    • @Kaci Holland she had already assessed the injury - she was just showing us - nothing related to assessment or treatment

      Michelle GravolinMichelle Gravolin5 ditë më parë
    • We do need to farm live stock to feed people. Farmers are important!

      Kaci HollandKaci Holland5 ditë më parë
    • No, I'm saying I don't see any cruelty with what she did. She assessed the injury and called the vet, which is what farmers do. If she didn't care then she would of left the sheep laying in pain or put it down.

      Kaci HollandKaci Holland5 ditë më parë
  • 5 Yuo

    Julie BrothersJulie Brothers8 ditë më parë
  • Do they have after birth

    Kathy HermannKathy Hermann8 ditë më parë
  • I'm such a softy.....starting homesteading this year🤣💖

    Mrs king KongMrs king Kong9 ditë më parë
  • Aww I want that baby!! I'll let it sleep with me and take care of it!!😢

    Mrs king KongMrs king Kong9 ditë më parë
  • Just started viewing, thought Lucy was your daughter, i was like wow survival of the fittest!

    Karen CoteKaren Cote9 ditë më parë
  • Love that last one with the black face and knees... very cool and unusual markings!!!🙏❤️

    Robin DRobin D9 ditë më parë
  • Don't kill her because of a broken leg 😪🦋🐑🥰

    Robyn BryantRobyn Bryant9 ditë më parë
  • Do they go out to pasture???

    Gee GeeGee Gee9 ditë më parë
  • It’s amazing to me how you keep these ewes straight😉

    Carol BulmerCarol Bulmer9 ditë më parë
  • I have been lurking on your videos for a week. I wasn't going to subscribe but I realized how much I enjoy seeing your smile!! The joy you have at seeing the lambs, even at what must be 1000s, keeps me coming back. Thank you for sharing what you love ❤

    K HK H9 ditë më parë
  • You should call your barn “the lamb bar” during lambing, you gotta make sure everyone has a drink!

    Sophia D'AddarioSophia D'Addario9 ditë më parë
  • Lucy the drama queen rofl.

    Michelle BolenMichelle Bolen9 ditë më parë
  • This midwife was screaming obstruction, obstruction, little wonder baby no.2 passed meconium! Resus! Resus! 😂😂😂

    Lynn HHHLynn HHH9 ditë më parë
  • The lamb in the cage background at 3:50 wants to be feed! She's in her me want some, human! Just too cute. That lamb is singing "I will survive!"

    Frederika27Frederika279 ditë më parë
  • You saved those twins and momma. You really are doing a remarkable job.

    Dee Marie DuboisDee Marie Dubois9 ditë më parë
  • Love it wow you got your hands full...

    Charlie ClarkCharlie Clark10 ditë më parë
  • Just started to follow your channel from sweden and Im not a farmer of anykind but I do find your work and life inspiering! 🐑

    Johanna HertzbergJohanna Hertzberg10 ditë më parë
  • Try a Timothy splint for that broken like it will make a huge difference

    Samantha HarveySamantha Harvey10 ditë më parë
    • Broken leg*

      Samantha HarveySamantha Harvey10 ditë më parë
  • First of all, I have no experience with animals whatsoever. I am just wondering: Would the use of an infrared lamp be a quicker way to warm up and, hence, allow quicker feeding of the lamb so it can gain strength asap?

    Lut CillenLut Cillen10 ditë më parë
  • Lucy probably got the wind knocked out of her. Hence the screaming and on the way in her lungs relaxed and it was easier to breathe then back to normal. If it's anything like humans getting the wind knocked out of them, I completely understand. I still remember getting kicked in the chest by someone on a swing . Threw me several feet and my chest seized up like someone had a fist squeezing my lungs . Not fun at all , my first breathe of air and I was screaming in pain.

    m Pedmarm Pedmar10 ditë më parë
  • Every time you open the door, cold air comes into the room. Especially when it is snowing outside. That is not good for the lambs that need warmth and special help. You might want to change your nursery to another room.

    Lamar JohnsonLamar Johnson10 ditë më parë
  • I put a bar around the hip and down the leg and stretch the leg out. I then make sure bar is strapped around the hips. Lambs grow so fast that in about 2 weeks it will be healed enough but I wait 3 weeks.

    Eduardo RivasEduardo Rivas10 ditë më parë
  • That was so beautiful to see Kinsey licky the ewe...I love to see this interaction

    Canadian LadyCanadian Lady11 ditë më parë
  • you play music in the barn? that’s awesome

    kissmemonsterkissmemonster11 ditë më parë
  • Sandi, I just discovered your channel and now i'm absolutely addicted. I LOVE sheep and I wish that I could have some but after all the reading/research I've done, I've come to the conclusion that I cannot. I am on a desperate search to find my most local "rescue farm" and see if I can just start donating/becoming involved with them instead.

    J DeverauxJ Deveraux11 ditë më parë
  • Wishing your family a happy Easter weekend. Thanks so much Sandi for all you are doing to take care of your sheep. You are educating the masses all over the world. Keeping it real and not being afraid to seek help or sugarcoat the reality of life and death on the farm. I'm so proud to recommend your channel. 🇨🇦🇨🇦❤️❤️

    MARLENE KutcherMARLENE Kutcher11 ditë më parë
  • 14:36 Melts my whole heart!!

    Open Gate FarmsteadOpen Gate Farmstead11 ditë më parë
  • Poor Lucy. What a drama queen. Just likes to scare Mark. This lambing nearly over. So much work to do. I know you really miss Carissa. You have not had time to work on your attic. 🤪🥰😍

    Jackie FrisJackie Fris11 ditë më parë
  • Sandi, you are an amazing Woman & Sheppard/Farmer!!

    Toyka WilliamsToyka Williams11 ditë më parë
  • You are outstanding. We are on this journey with you, and your authenticity and transparency are exactly what we non farmers need to see. You're teaching us as you learn, and we're learning things beyond 'how to care for sheep'. I am addicted to watching you now, and that's pretty crazy. Just, thank you so much for your channel, and for showing us what a real person can be like. With your mistakes, and your honesty about learning and how you know you need to change this or that. Amazing stuff here, you're giving us gold. "Those that mind don't matter, and those that matter don't mind".

    Krysty McIntyreKrysty McIntyre11 ditë më parë
  • You are killing me. When I start learn farming stuff. I hope you will let me volunteer. For educational credit...if they require it.

    Tracy BagwellTracy Bagwell11 ditë më parë
  • They sound and are so cute!

    Jill AlexanderJill Alexander11 ditë më parë
  • I just discovered your vlog. I love love love how passionate you are about your sheep farm and how fun and gentle you see with each lamb. Do you just breed or do you also keep them for wool or eating? Thanks for sharing your business and it’s day to day experiences.

    Mumford HoundMumford Hound11 ditë më parë
  • And being in the small pin it is easy for the mom to step on the babies.

  • I always have a hard time reconciling People who can be happy to welcome life and yet can "Put down" life that they had no part in creating. God Yahweh gives life and takes away...not man. But Business calls the Shots. But not in the end!

  • You are an amazing woman to do the job that your doing! 🐑 Take care!

    Judy FeyJudy Fey11 ditë më parë
  • Sandy have you tried Steel Blue boots? I'm living in Australia I work in the workwear industry and just watching a video from 2 weeks ago where you mention wearing in new Redback boots 😀

    Natasha WebbNatasha Webb11 ditë më parë
  • Would there not be a way to separate them overnight so if they give birth there is no confusion on whose lamb(s) are whose? Blessings🙏🏼.

    NM tmblwdNM tmblwd11 ditë më parë
  • What do you raise your sheep for?meat ,wool ,or both?I am very concerned for the quality of life and humane slaughter for all,animals xo

    Lorna HayneLorna Hayne11 ditë më parë
  • Thank you so much for this video متشکرم

    Ali RazmjouAli Razmjou11 ditë më parë
  • I got your channel recommended and decided to watch a few episodes. I'm so glad I did. You are a special person. You're really attached to your animals. Everyone of them is like your child. How can anyone not love a person that loves her animals that much? As for mental illness, I think most are very intelligent, very compassionate and very self sacrificing. That definitely describes you. I hope you believe you are special.

    Shirley Jean PilgerShirley Jean Pilger11 ditë më parë
  • Does she have eczema? The patch on her neck looks really painful. There’s treatment for that 👍🏻

    Barbie4U2Barbie4U212 ditë më parë
  • Is that a business??

    Linda LathamLinda Latham12 ditë më parë
  • Why did you keep that baby lame in the cage??????🤔

    Linda LathamLinda Latham12 ditë më parë
  • I'd check that last ewe for worms. She seems to have a bottle jaw

    Courtnie BlazekCourtnie Blazek12 ditë më parë
  • That ewe looked at you with such gratitude when you assisted in the birth of the two girl lambs. The ewe was obviously suffering. I don't think that would have made it without your help.

    Lori LennyLori Lenny12 ditë më parë
  • I love the black and white ones ! What a lot of work you do !

  • Hi from the UK, I just found Your channel tonight, I'm not a farmer, no idea about farms tbh, but I'm drawn to your channel, the care, love and hard work you do for Your animals is heart Warming. I think I've watched over six hours in one go. Ur doing a great job, not that I'm any expert 😊👍

    Hailey UKHailey UK12 ditë më parë
  • Why don't you put all the moms separate? So you don't have that confusion.

    Malika Ann NoyezMalika Ann Noyez12 ditë më parë
  • Sandi, I prefer goat farms but you are my favorite. You remind me of me with a mission

    Vicki PorterVicki Porter12 ditë më parë
  • You could also try when wrapping her leg to wrap her belly with that same wrap! I know lambs and dogs are different but my 5 month old puppy broke her femur bone:( and had to have a splint on for 4 weeks and the vet had to do a belly wrap or otherwise the splint would fall down. Good luck!:)

    Kaleb WalstonKaleb Walston12 ditë më parë
  • Have a great Easter!! God Bless you and your family!

    J andMCJ andMC12 ditë më parë
  • Sandi where do you get your coveralls? We’re built similarly , I’m 6’ almost and you look tall too, men’s fit badly and women’s aren’t long enough in the torso.

    Mrs. GarciaMrs. Garcia12 ditë më parë
  • I really love your videos! Super interesting :) i was curious for what purpose you raise sheep. Is it for milk, meat, wool? Im not sure haha. Keep em videos coming! :)

    SpicymemeSpicymeme12 ditë më parë
  • To be honest I’m a 17 year old who has only ever seen a sheep in a farm and yet I watch these videos every day without fail 😂 lobe this channel xx

    Ellia BettyEllia Betty12 ditë më parë
  • Don't put it to sleep im in tears hoping I can make it to the end to find out

    Kelly Van WinkleKelly Van Winkle12 ditë më parë
  • If Lucy ends up having any pain when she lays or sits in certain positions or her breathing ends up being weird, u might need to get her checked for a diaphragmatic hernia. I had a hound who was a fence climber and she jumped from the top of a 6 foot fence & she ended up tearing her diaphragm & having a diaphragmatic hernia. She yelped and cried for a few minutes like Lucy did and then she ran off and seemed ok. She was sitting a little weird for a few days and acted like she was kind of trying to stretch her torso out some as she would sit. But she seemed fine after 2 days so I thought all was ok. I took her to get spayed a few months later & the vet couldn’t hear any lung sounds on one side. Xrays showed she had a diaphragmatic hernia & 2/3’s of her liver was in the chest cavity where the one lung was supposed to be. The lung had collapsed. The vet did surgery right away and she was ok but she ended up re-herniating her diaphragm a year later jumping (again 🤦‍♀️) off of the deck). She had surgery again and she lived to be 12 years old. I wanted to mention this as I had no idea she had a diaphragmatic hernia the first time as she seemed fine.

    Julianne HarrisJulianne Harris12 ditë më parë
  • Forgive me, but I prefer to make my own healthcare choices, and if I felt I need to get the vaccine, I'm not going to tell others whether they need it or not. That's between them and their doctor to discuss.

    Crying BrokenCrying Broken12 ditë më parë
  • Their first little baaas are so stinking cute! And the little black and white ewe lamb is beautiful!

    PixiePrincessBratPixiePrincessBrat12 ditë më parë
  • Millie & Vanilli's theme song REUNITED by Peaches & Cream

    Thirsty BootsThirsty Boots12 ditë më parë
  • Sandi, for leg breaks above the hock I wrap them like the vet does about halfway through this video alworld.info/u/video/n3Kqx414eo-we5o. I had them heal really well where you can't even tell it was broken by weaning time. Thankfully leg breaks don't happen often. I love watching your videos! I'm in the middle of lambing also but my flock is tiny compared to yours!

    Kay's Crochet CreationsKay's Crochet Creations12 ditë më parë
  • How cold is it in the building?

    Occam's RazorOccam's Razor12 ditë më parë
  • what are the black lambs with the black baby wool called? And what breed is the black rams you have?

    VampyreCat07VampyreCat0712 ditë më parë
  • That last little one that was black and white is just absolutely adorable! ❤️

    Three Little Goats HomesteadThree Little Goats Homestead12 ditë më parë
  • What do you do with the lambs, do you keep all of them ?

    Agathe PERRINAgathe PERRIN12 ditë më parë
  • Couldn't help but cringe when you were flexing that lamb's broken leg and splinting it so that it flexed at the break as the bone edge can lacerate the femoral artery. The lamb's face and lips said it all, it was in excruciating pain, but had such a strong will to survive.

    TayField (Perm Reg'd) Toy Fox TerriersTayField (Perm Reg'd) Toy Fox Terriers12 ditë më parë
  • They lamb at nights due to coyotes. It is instinctual

    Anne KapsoffAnne Kapsoff12 ditë më parë
  • We have that very same berber carpet on our stairs....

    D NicholD Nichol12 ditë më parë
  • You said your thermometer was in the other barn when you needed it in the birthing barn. Buy another thermometer. Keep one at each site. That is an important tool to have with you which barn you are in. Thanks

    Jan KyleJan Kyle12 ditë më parë