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New Daily Arrivals at Ewe Close

Newborns lambs are fragile
They must be kept under a heat lamp when they are very young
Mother hen is followed round by nine tiny chicks
Kid goats stay close to their mother when they are first born
Calves must stay indoors until the weather is warmer
This baby Oussent sheep is old enough to live in the fields now
Some babies start off life in an incubator such as chicks, goslings and ducklings
Older kid goats live together and are bottle fed 4 times a day
Newborn kids are unsteady on their feet and fall over easily
Once hatched in the incubator, baby poultry live under a heat lamp

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