We just had our first lambs of the year, having moved our schedule ahead from May lambing. To be honest, I was completely caught off guard. One of the ewes this morning looked a bit sluggish. As she turned to walk off, she had an immense bag swaying under her. So, we managed to clean out the workshop and get the jugs set up just in time for triplets; two ram lambs and a ewe lamb. I looked back on the calendar, too. If they were full term, our ram tupped her the first day in the field with them. Looking at my notes based on his breeding harness, though, they're about 3 days early... which makes sense for a large 'litter'. Their wool looked a bit underdeveloped, too, so I think they were just a smidge early. But all are doing well.