Shilo brought Brooke and Kole over after school and they all helped a while. We brought the drop bunch down the hill so we could move some bunches around.
Sometimes when we come back after a break, we go up on the hill and count how many noses are in the air. This ewe is in the process of pushing a lamb out. In the far right side of the picture is Bear
Butte near Sturgis. The thunder storm cloud was our best chance of moisture in a while. Nobody got much out of that cloud. We got about seven drops of rain.
Here we bring the drop bunch down to the corral by the barn for the night. Then we moved some more ewes and lambs up to the tin shed on the hill. We already have thirty ewes up there.
Here goes the new bunch being let out of their small lot out into the big new world. It is organized chaos for a while as lambs try to find mothers and mothers try to find lambs, all crying as loud as they can.
Brooke got to bring in a new mother of twins that was to scared to follow very good. So Grandma loaded the lambs on the lamb sled and Brooke pulled them to the barn with the ewe following.