day = "0" + day; var someFormattedDate = mm + '/' + dd + '/' + y; amzn_assoc_region = "US"; var month = (now.getMonth() + 1); } amzn_assoc_search_bar = "false"; Some Sheep farmers will find this mobile friendly tool very helpful. Sep 11, 2011 #2 SheepGirl Master of Sheep. However, as long as you have a clean, dry, and warm place for your ewe to deliver her lambs, you shouldn’t have to intervene too much. There are no fixed rules. google_ad_height = 60; 6 weeks later: the vulva shows an enlargement. var tt = document.getElementById('txtDate').value; Please direct any questions you may have to firstname.lastname@example.org. 12 weeks later: the abdomen enlarges, she looks calm and walks slowly. PREGNANCY TOXEMIA If you find a pregnant ewe is lagging behind her paddock mates, walking unsteadily, grinding her teeth and frequently urinating, you should suspect pregnancy toxemia, one of the most common afflictions in pregnant sheep. Our ewes are pregnant. This technique works once the ewes are about 2-3 months pregnant which for me is usually right around the Easter marketing time period. The last week or so 2 of them have the udder starting to slightly show. The Gestation Period for Sheep is approximately 144-151 days from the first breeding. The gestation period for sheep is 142 – 152 days counting from the first day of mating. Sheep will generally mate multiple times in one cycle. google_ad_slot = "1093505726"; The average gestation length in sheep varies from 142 to 152 The average is 147 days.