Unfortunately, we've had to give up our ewe, since we lost her friend we haven't been able to find her another, and the other day was the last straw, I can't even get her out of the stall. Anyway, I posted ads online looking for a forever home for her, ... where she won't be eaten! I got an email from someone just north of us, who has two ewes that were bottle babies and were meant for the freezer last year, but the people became very attached to them, and now are looking for a third ewe to help the other two keep the grass down on their hobby farm. Today we went to visit the farm, and LOVED it, their two sheep are very personable, come for grain, and we think it's the best place for Heidi to live. They have a massive Akbash that guards the sheep, they go in at night into their own sheep shed, have grain, and hay, etc. Heidi leaves this week to go to her new home, she'll be picked up mid-week, the people taking her asked if we'd like, if she is indeed pregnant, the lamb back in the spring, and we've agreed. We'll also be looking for a couple bottle lambs, and they gave us the name of the farmer where they got theirs from!