I just got a newborn lamb. He was born Sunday. His mother had someting wrong with her udders and couldn't nurse him. They put him in my arms and said if somebody doesn't feed him, he will die. What else could I do but take him home. I gave him goats milk the first night while I tried reading up on how to care for him. Monday I went to the TSC and got colostrum and sheep milk replacement for him. He seems to be doing fine. He is sleeping better with the colostrum. Right now he is living in the house and wearing a pamper. He follows us everywhere we go. I am trying to read up on his care as fast as I can, but I am afraid I will miss something important before I find that information. If anyone has information to give me about caring for a newborn lamb, I would really appreciate it. I do want to castrate him as we plan to keep him. I think he might be a Katahdin or something like that. I know where I got him from they raise the sheep for meat, and that is the closest picture I found.