I THOUGHT THERE WAS ONLY THREE!... until the next day.đŸ€ą(SPRING LAMBING 2021) Vlog 423

16 Mar 2021
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And, we've started off with a bang!
TRIPLETS!!! or was mom hiding something from me?
Also, finally analyzed some data on my December weaned lambs to do the first evaluation on their moms. I try to do a numerical evaluation first, then head to the barn and do a physical evaluation of the ewe.
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  • That’s the next T-shirt!!! “i 2 the U”- loved when you said you “put an eye to the ewe.”

    Jo CzorroJo Czorro9 orë më parë
  • Pleaaaseeee say you keep Miles. Gosh I love that Cutie 😍😍😍

    MeganMegan4 ditë më parë
  • Hi neighbors! The landscape finally gave me the clue you might be well... a neighbor sorta. ♡Love from Minnesota.

    Ive ChangIve Chang6 ditë më parë
  • I love watching your show now you can learn so much and will give us such good information on lambing etc. I can’t raise lamps because I’m not in the right place to do it I’m too old to do it but I love watching you and how are you care for him and I can’t believe how young you remember all the names of those lambs you take care and God be with you

    Barbara LoughlinBarbara Loughlin7 ditë më parë
  • I find your setup absolutely fascinating. I live in South Australia and there are a lot of sheep farmers around us. I am used to seeing them in a paddock or at the local Agriculture Shows, not in the likes of your palatial accomodation. Your system is so interesting, the ewes and lambs are well fed and looked after.

    Lynda PainterLynda Painter7 ditë më parë
  • If you made the pens bigger would that help with the mums laying on their babies? Just a thoughtđŸ€Ł

    Ellie ShortEllie Short7 ditë më parë
  • Could you maybe make a video a bit more specific on data? I'm interested because I'm a student as animal scientist, and you can maybe help me understand some things more. Otherwise I enjoy your videos and wish you a lot of love!

    ivana stularivana stular7 ditë më parë
  • Looks like alot of em need their hooves trimmed? I honestly dk nothing about the regular maintenance of sheep but just looks uncomfortable for them!

    Chantal LeiteChantal Leite8 ditë më parë
  • What does "Brussells ship" means?

    Victoria PerkinsVictoria Perkins10 ditë më parë
  • I used to wear redbacks and I always used 2 pairs of socks. It prevents blisters and gives a bit of cushioning when the sole drops

    LJJumbleLJJumble10 ditë më parë
  • Do they ever get to go outside and get sun and fresh grass after they lamb in the warm weather?

    sarah josephsarah joseph11 ditë më parë
  • The human names for the sheep crack me up. We have four children...our oldest is Noah and our youngest is Ruby 😂

    Jennifer LiddicoatJennifer Liddicoat11 ditë më parë
  • We had a calf just like that swipe a go

    super gaming 97super gaming 9711 ditë më parë
  • Hi you are a really good youtuber

    Catherine CotterCatherine Cotter12 ditë më parë
  • peace upon you How are you doing ?? I have a question after your permission When buying veterinary medicine or vitamins You find a Chinese product and a European product from a well-known company, for example And the two products have the same composition, and sometimes the Chinese product's combination is better But you find the difference is big in the price (European is more expensive) As a breeder, I am in confusion for fear of buying a Chinese medicine that is not of good use, or that I pay extra money only to buy a brand name, no more, and the product is inexpensive and has the same composition. What do you think ??

    Belal HassanBelal Hassan12 ditë më parë
  • So are you raising lambs for wool or food?

    Karyn BrayKaryn Bray12 ditë më parë
  • I noticed rusty and noah had their tails, I thought that all lambs had their tails docked. Is not doing it a "thing" or is it done older? I thought it was done as newborns.

    Winds of ChangeWinds of Change12 ditë më parë
  • ALPO dog food is horrible for pets. It's awful. You should try to get better quality. You do so good with your lambs.

    Kelly StanoyevicKelly Stanoyevic13 ditë më parë
  • I don't know how I got here... but here I am... binge watching baby lambs and I'm all for it.

    thatjerseybthatjerseyb13 ditë më parë
    • Me yesterday, no lie. Baaa baaa fraaa nds!

      Ive ChangIve Chang6 ditë më parë
    • Same here. Volcanos in Iceland, RuPauls Drag Race, miniatures crafting and mudlarking lead me to this. I'm not mad, YT.

      Ellen GoodrichEllen Goodrich8 ditë më parë
    • Me too!

      Scoobious Von DubiousScoobious Von Dubious9 ditë më parë
  • do you artificially inseminate the ewe ?

    StormBearStormBear13 ditë më parë
  • You do such good and informative videos. Loved the lamb leaping. The little clip at the beginning of the orange X and the way she looked at you got me. Can't watch anymore. Just was with you a few videos. Gotta go. Really great job you do with the videos.

    Melody LyonsMelody Lyons13 ditë më parë
    • Ahhh I kept watching. Was not so bad. My dog, LUCY, is turning 19 this month and fading. I am very tenderhearted right now because of it. She is dal/pit and I have had her since 5 weeks. My boy, 7 year old Blue, was stolen from me a year ago. We were homeless and even though I have all proof, cops say civil matter. Get a lawyer. Too poor.

      Melody LyonsMelody Lyons13 ditë më parë
  • You rehomed Noah â˜č he is so cute

    Callie PatteenCallie Patteen13 ditë më parë
  • when u tag them with an X does that mean theyre going to get shipped to get slaughtered for meat? I feel really bad for them. Look at how she looks at u.

    Caitlin RomansCaitlin Romans13 ditë më parë
  • You need some Georgia Boots

    Laura DentLaura Dent14 ditë më parë
  • How much does this Gallagher system cost? I think I want sheep now. Lol dangit sandi Also I wear moleskin every time I break in a new pair of boots, preventively. I swear by it.

    Whitterkins McGeeWhitterkins McGee14 ditë më parë
  • Aww Noah got a new home. He will be happy

    Cynn's LifeCynn's Life14 ditë më parë
  • As an Aussie steel blue boots are better than Redbacks and far more comfortable

    Rach HuntingRach Hunting14 ditë më parë
  • When breaking in new boots, nylon socks first and cotton socks second. Or, just when you are going to be on your feet a bunch.

    Shirley PaslayShirley Paslay14 ditë më parë
  • Have 2 daughters who danced on pointe. The new blister band-aids work very well. They heal it so quickly and allow you to be pain free. Can also be worn for prevention

    BrendaBrenda15 ditë më parë
  • The ones you keep do you ever take their picture to add to their profile??

    Donna CobbDonna Cobb16 ditë më parë
  • When I visited Ireland sheep are literally everywhere you can't drive a mile without seeing at least a dozen and my friend thought the markings meant when they were to meant there demise nope it was how the neighbors could tell who's was who's.

    therealz 360ztherealz 360z16 ditë më parë
  • Where do you ship them to?

    Soaring KiteSoaring Kite18 ditë më parë
  • I have to put my eye to ewe. You put your eye to me. We eye the ewe. They eye you and me.

    james brewerjames brewer18 ditë më parë
  • Where do the sheep go when you ship them off

    It'sThatOneChickAgain CallThePoPoIt'sThatOneChickAgain CallThePoPo19 ditë më parë
  • U sound like every mother ever I love them but I don’t trust any of them. Lol

    a muha muh20 ditë më parë
  • I am a huge fan my goat is name miles i love my bottle baby goats

    Jodi MccartneyJodi Mccartney20 ditë më parë
  • Grey sludgy snow... I don't miss February in Ontario!

    Karen NeillKaren Neill22 ditë më parë
  • Hi Sandi, Yes, indeed, rams can get very mean. We had a friend who had sheep and when she had to leave the farm for a term at university in the UK, her husband looked after the sheep. A ram decided to literally ram him from behind and his leg was broken, as a result. He managed to drag himself to the house to phone for an ambulance before the pain set in. This was a good lesson for friends.

    Wendy Humphreys TebbuttWendy Humphreys Tebbutt24 ditë më parë
  • I love to see the sheep, although I struggle to understand how a person can hug, love and admire these animals , then one day take a big knife, cur their throats and eat them ? Do I even belong on this planet ?

    ahamatmabrahmanahamatmabrahman24 ditë më parë
  • Slaughterhouse*

    Savannah MatthewsSavannah Matthews25 ditë më parë
  • Do you send your lamb to the meat house

    Savannah MatthewsSavannah Matthews25 ditë më parë
  • Question: do you still give micotil at dry off? I've been doing it since I learned about it from you. I think it helps.

    Mindy MillsMindy Mills26 ditë më parë
  • I'm glad that I found you on ALworld. Thinking about starting sheep business . What book do you recommend to read?

    BASS BASSBASS BASS26 ditë më parë
  • me wonders i she will come for smiles lol

    Shana ScontrinoShana Scontrino26 ditë më parë
  • The first one that you put an X on (322), i know the examination showed a compromised udder, what did the numbers show? just curious.

    meemoriemeemorie27 ditë më parë
  • The Scarlet Letter aka The Orange Mark

    Elizabeth RebornElizabeth Reborn27 ditë më parë
  • I'm curious with your named ewes like Goat and Cinnamon; when they can no longer perform as broods will they be kept as pets, rehomed, shipped? Love your channel, Sandi, I always look forward to lambing!

    Yomu YoukaiYomu Youkai27 ditë më parë
  • Watch White House on the hill, you tube. I think she reminds me of you.youve came quite well along since last winter. Glad you toughed it through. I think the last time I watched someone's husband was left n charge and you had quite a flood

    Terri NiemeierTerri Niemeier27 ditë më parë
  • That prison break lamb checking out the smallest of the triplets ❀ It must have been twice as big!

    firstksolifirstksoli27 ditë më parë
  • Lots of lambs with spots this time it so cute glad rams when same place to be daddy s it cool you go over see all 3 any time you want so cool🐏🐏🐏

    Carrie AshleyCarrie Ashley28 ditë më parë
  • As your saying (about Billy) "so I love him but"... I wanted to finish your sentence with BUT HE WILL KNOCK YOU ON YOUR A$$! If your not paying attention. BTW RUBY Is so beautifully pregnant. Cant wait to see her lambs.

    BareFoot BackYardBareFoot BackYard28 ditë më parë
  • I had a goat turn on me big full hits with him on his back legs hit me 3 time a nock be down and I was bleeding out of my arms and I grabbed him by his hour's and they came off in my hands when he got me down . Just be safe with them .

    Richard WilkenRichard Wilken28 ditë më parë
  • I’m so glad Noah has a forever home and the other little lamb to whatever his name is

    Roger HanceRoger Hance28 ditë më parë
  • Are you double socking your boots? One thin pair of socks then a thick pair over the top? It's pretty good while you're breaking boots in to avoid blisters

    NiaJustNiaNiaJustNia28 ditë më parë
  • Take the liner out of that one boot and wear an extra sock until you work it out.

    Peter DubyoskiPeter Dubyoski28 ditë më parë
  • What Gallagher system do you have?

    Elton MauElton Mau28 ditë më parë
  • Where the ewes the ones that the babies had orf. That may be why the questionable teets.

    jeni la Rosajeni la Rosa28 ditë më parë
  • Just near the end it looked like the babies were trying to form a Conga line. I love the babies. Thank you.

    Pam ZPam Z28 ditë më parë
  • I would be interested to see who was your most productive yew and see if her offspring were similar. Maybe give her a special treat lol I think that would be so cute!

    Amanda's Cup of JoeAmanda's Cup of Joe28 ditë më parë
  • Your explanation on Ram behaviour is spot on , perfectly said. All the best for lambing season. 🐑

    Silhouette Park FarmSilhouette Park Farm28 ditë më parë
  • Rossi are the most comfortable Aussie boots if you ask me

    Damian BridgeDamian Bridge28 ditë më parë
  • What great news about Noah! And the little white sheep!! I saw it and wondered if they get special gifts too sometimes. How wonderful. I will have happy sheep counting dreams tonight. Lol

    FlipoutJoFlipoutJo28 ditë më parë
  • The babies are all so cute. I love how they do a jump hop when they walk. Did you get your office finished.

    Kathleen GreenKathleen Green28 ditë më parë
  • Totally agree Blunstone in my opinion lost their way . I only buy Redback Boots now . I do keep the old pair to give my feet a rest as i wear the new ones in . Dont you just hate it when you put a scuff on a new pair of boots

    TOW BALLTOW BALL28 ditë më parë
  • 100% be careful with rams. The older they get they will “ram” hard and can do damage. Especially as they can get quite big. We had to send one to freezer camp earlier than planned because I could no longer be in the pen so feeding became an issue.

    Abuelita CaicedoAbuelita Caicedo28 ditë më parë
  • Red backs are decent boots, but they are tough to break in.

    mfanwe Likeitmfanwe Likeit28 ditë më parë
  • Hey Sandi, instead of feedback boots try Blue Steel, they fit just great. I am a chef so I'm on my feet all day and I have had no problems with them, also you should break them in when your not working so if a blister forms you can take the boots off straight away and deal with he blister. BTW I am from Australia, lol have a great day and I so love what you do on your channel. P.S more Miles of smiles please

    Lyla OldhamLyla Oldham28 ditë më parë
  • I find myself excited to get home from work to settle down and watch you vlogs! I need more! keep up the good work ! I can't get enough of you channel : - ]

    liveinthenowliveinthenow28 ditë më parë
  • You’re lames look awesome

    David LucasDavid Lucas28 ditë më parë
  • So.... What's gonna happen to Miles? :( market? Another farm?

    Breanne Shoop GantBreanne Shoop Gant28 ditë më parë
  • She looked back at you after marking her like “I thought you loved me”

    Junior DavisJunior Davis28 ditë më parë
    • And then when Male lambs are large enough she sends them to be slaughtered.

      carol scrivencarol scriven15 ditë më parë
  • Too bad you won’t be keeping Miles. He’s so cute!

    Vasc TechVasc Tech28 ditë më parë
  • One of my rams was the sweetest thing, super friendly, loved cheek scratches. One day in the pasture he tried killing me. Rams are no joke!

    Wendy IWendy I28 ditë më parë
  • I have a question. Do the ewes bite you? Just curious.

    Alison AbbottAlison Abbott28 ditë më parë
  • Glad to see everything going pretty good! đŸ‘‹đŸ˜†â€đŸ‘

    David WaddellDavid Waddell28 ditë më parë
  • Hi, nice video :) To help the ewes lamb more easily, you might want to consider putting apple cider vinegar into their water. From my experience, giving ewes (grazing on pasture), apple cider vinegar (~8ml per 1 gal of water) in their water for 30 days prior to the start of lambing, noticeable helps the ewes have a easier time giving birth. The rough concept is the the potassium in the apple cider vinegar helps the ewe's muscle contract more easily. I have not done enough tests to know for sure where the sweet spot for the dose / duration is, but this has helped me. Just food for thought.

    Dave KechkayloDave Kechkaylo28 ditë më parë
  • I’m glad that Noah and Cinnamon found a nice home....

    Phillip PetermanPhillip Peterman28 ditë më parë
  • G'Day Sandi, I also was a Blundstone Boots we Aussies call "Bloddies"! But I borrowed my dads steel toe Redbacks when I had to quickly run outside one morning. I felt like my feet were actually supported and my posture felt better too with the arch support, heel height and overall comfort. Yet they were a few months old and a size too big, so when I got my own steel toe Redbacks I got blisters too. Luckily I did scouts for 20 years and learnt a few tricks. AUSSIE TIP FOR WEARING IN YOUR BOOTS!: So when you get new boots, do it in the middle of summer... take a pair of socks that are the thickness you normally wear with your boots. Grab your boots and wait for a hot day! Now you find a friend like me (haha) who owns a pool/swim-spa and on a hot day put your socks and boots on and GO FOR A SWIM. .... Make sure that your new boots are completely soaked through, then for the rest of the day you keep your boots on while they dry. I PROMISE that you will NEVER get one blister again! My friends from scouts all did this before they traveled to Nepal to hike to Base Camp of Mt Everest... not one blister for the entire month! Love every video you make Sandi, and I hope your feet feel batter soon. Much love from my family to yours, Janelle (Warrandyte, Australia)

    Janelle MennenJanelle Mennen28 ditë më parë
  • Sandi: don’t touch the camera Ewe: this camera? Looks nice... would be a shame if *something* happened to it. Sniff sniff

    C SAC SA28 ditë më parë
  • I live in Logan Utah! I love your channel. It's fun to see how much you love them. I have a few animal farmers near me, and I just enjoy watching the baby lambs, they are so clean...for a bit. Anyway, sending love to your momma sheeps!!!

    Tresa JohnsonTresa Johnson28 ditë më parë
  • You should castrate Miles and make him a leader for when lambs go to your finishing barn. We have a farm in Australia and a few pet wethers make great leaders for weaned lambs

    Chloe LyonsChloe Lyons28 ditë më parë
  • Love me some Kinsey and Lucy!

    Brenda CarrBrenda Carr28 ditë më parë
  • I am soooo happy that Noah and the Other guy went to a new home. I really really hope that Miles goes to live with them as well( that is of course if you don't keep him 😁)

    Heather CrawfordHeather Crawford28 ditë më parë
  • Wow, I didn’t know they could keep a ‘mummified’ lamb and then expel at birthing time. But does that mean it was further back in the birth order? Thanks for your gifted way of speaking so people ‘like me’ can understand and not be fearful to asking a question. I only have chickens but love most animals.

    LindaLinda28 ditë më parë
  • Hey Sandi, I wish I lived near you. I’d love to buy ‘break out lambs’ number 2! They are so cute and pretty. You don’t ship to Australia, do you?? 😂 I’m also glad the pet rams have found a working home. I’m looking forward to plenty of new babies! Don’t forget to get some sleep. đŸ€—đŸŒșđŸŒ»đŸŒč

    Linda MarshallLinda Marshall28 ditë më parë
  • So I got to learn something new again ... hugs ... also see that spring has come a little further with you.

    Rolf JutoRolf Juto28 ditë më parë
  • You need thicker socks to be comfy while you break them in maybe?

    Nikita WoodheadNikita Woodhead28 ditë më parë
  • Hey Sandi, just curious why would the ewe’s have lumps in their utter?

    Marcy BurtchaellMarcy Burtchaell28 ditë më parë
    • @MobyDicksWife Thanks so much, appreciate the info!

      Marcy BurtchaellMarcy Burtchaell28 ditë më parë
    • 1) Scar tissue; lambs butt the udders HARD when they are drinking 2) Usually from a degree of mastitis which is an infection from a blocked milk channel. Mastitis can affect an entire udder, or just one side, or just a small area within the udder. The infection can be cleared up with antibiotics, but there are varying amounts of scarring. Scarred channels do not let the milk down and will just reinfect the area and cause fever and pain, even death. Plus of course, no or little milk for the lambs.

      MobyDicksWifeMobyDicksWife28 ditë më parë
  • I also lile Ur Doggie Ma'am

    Isabelle NiemirowIsabelle Niemirow28 ditë më parë
  • Awwwww Lammbssss! Happy now!

    Jayne HornJayne Horn29 ditë më parë
  • Gosh, I just love lambing time, I loved lambing time on our farm as well. It was a pain in the butt trying to catch a ewe having trouble lambing in the paddock. 🙂🐑

    Delphina BunterDelphina Bunter29 ditë më parë
  • I hope U not send any of them to slaughter, my Lord, no!!!!!

    Isabelle NiemirowIsabelle Niemirow29 ditë më parë
    • Sandi is a farmer who runs a lamb production business that helps support her family. She gives excellent care and affection to the sheep in her charge but they are being bred to provide food for people, and provide an income to take care of her family. Animals live in the moment, they have no concept of the future, or worries about it. With Sandi they have a good life with no fear. When she drives them to market there are not worried because they have been on the truck before, when they are in the sales pens they have no fear because they have always been kindly treated. At the processing plant they walk down a ramp, and in a heartbeat they are gone. Would you rather people go hungry?

      MobyDicksWifeMobyDicksWife28 ditë më parë
  • Just curious if you will count the mummified lamb in the totals? Do you count aborted lambs as well when you catch that that has happened?

    Michael MontheiMichael Monthei29 ditë më parë
  • Thank U, MaaM 4 the Heart, the other dsy, God Bless U!!!

    Isabelle NiemirowIsabelle Niemirow29 ditë më parë
  • Sorry about the losses!

    Isabelle NiemirowIsabelle Niemirow29 ditë më parë
  • Adorable, little wollies,awww

    Isabelle NiemirowIsabelle Niemirow29 ditë më parë
  • Love lambs.

    Kristy SKristy S29 ditë më parë
  • Oh good for Noah and the other guy! Fun that you will still see them.😄

    Diane KarellaDiane Karella29 ditë më parë
  • Conga Line. Lol

    Lisa BrownLisa Brown29 ditë më parë
  • What would happen if goat or popcorn had lumpy udders? Would they have to go too? Or can they retire at the farm😭?

    BigFarm5BigFarm529 ditë më parë