This morning I went out to the barn to find another set of triplets. Diamond had given birth over night and was standing at the back of the barn when I entered. I had hoped to put the other moms and their lambs outside today, but it had snowed over night, at least 20 cm (8 inches) and more falling - and blowing! As such I put the sheep outside that did not have lambs and left everyone else in the barn. Diamond did not even try to get out.
I have had to bottle feed one of the triplets born a few days earlier, but with Diamond I doubt this will be a concern, she is a great mom with a large udder and has had triplets in the past and always had plenty of milk for all.
My biggest concern is that one of the lambs (pictured in the lower left) seems to have curled fetlocks on the front legs.
I have been reading up on this and it is very likely related to being one of many lambs, kept tightly inside the ewe. They should straighten out, but I will keep an eye on her.
Tomorrow is expected to be cold again, hopefully warmer the next day.
To keep track so far 5 ewes have had their lambs, only 3 more to go. We have 2 sets of triplets and 3 sets of twins, for a total of 12 lambs. Plus the ram of course!