I think spring has finally sprung. At Least in some parts of the country. Lambing seems to be in full swing in lots of areas. Foaling is more than half done around the country. All we need is some green grass to grow and all will be well. I’m writing this blog from Humboldt, IA and we have had no moisture to speak of in the last year. Some snow last week but won’t even make a dent in the drought.
In the last post I talked about the new nipples that we have now and they have been moving pretty good. I need some feedback from those people on how they are working for them. Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know.
I received a call from a lady in TX today about a ewe she has that just had twins and has an engorged udder on one side. I’m sending her a Udderly Ez Milker so she can milk that udder down so the lambs will suck on both sides. Right now they only suck off one side and it sounds like the bigger one gets more groceries than the smaller one. I’ll attach a pic of the twins that she sent me.
Well thats about it for this week. I look forward to another busy week next week. If anyone needs extra bottles or anything, don’t wait. I would think we will be getting really busy in a few weeks. Take care.
John@ Ez Animal Products