I took some pictures of the second time I moved them.
Ben did a great job. He really knows pressure.
|The moms with the older lambs or not lambed yet ran right in to the barn first.|
|One day old Peanut is not so fast.|
|This is the closest Ben got to them, giving her plenty of time to feel safe enough to turn her back.|
|She's thinking about going in the barn with the other sheep.|
|Baby Peanut, unconcerned about me or the dog, is interested in this rock.|
|Wow, this rock is really cool.|
|Ben waits patiently beside me.|
|Mom checks out baby again.|
|She feels safe enough to walk away.|
|Checking out the dog again because we have moved up.|
|Now they are back in the stall. One of the other ewes peeks out.|