Today a lady came out to our farm to sheer our Awassi sheep. The Awassi sheep have long thick wool. Today after they were all shorn our lamb could not recognize her own mother, because they look much different without their wool. The lamb walked around crying for it’s mother and the mother ewe walked around crying for it’s baby. They were very confused because they recognized each others voices but didn’t see each other anywhere. Finally the lamb came up and sniffed it’s mom’s milk bag. The ewe slightly annoyed by what appeared to be another sheep randomly sniffing her milk bad, gave the lamb a slight nudge to back off. The lamb continued to sniff and listen to the ewe and finally decided that it was her mother.
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