A huge thank you for the animals. Our small, weak, old or sick ruminants will be able to be supplemented thanks to you. 23 ewes and lambs of a deceased shepherd were saved in parallel with the collection, so this grain comes at a perfect time.
Thank you so much for the animals!
Gaston : Gaston seems to recover from his illness. He remains skinny but very dynamic. As soon as he hears the bucket of grain, he comes running and enjoys it.
Plume : It is still difficult to make Plume eat without the others coming to bother her. Plume seems to be recovering from her episode of acidosis (diarrhea that can be fatal), she seems to have gained weight thanks to the pellets. In any case, she enjoys them an
Mandy : Mandy can tell by the sound of the grain in the bucket to come to him and eat. He doesn't move much due to his blindness but he is still lively and has a normal weight.
Mé : Mé and Bé arrived together from a rescue. Very skinny and deficient we did not believe in their survival. Bé is still skinny but lively, unlike Mé, for whom the grain is very profitable. This little lady became very greedy, very sticky and a little too ro
Bé : Bé is still skinny but we think she is saved... This little one arrived with Mé being very skinny and deficient. Bé worried us a lot, she is still skinny but very lively and greedy. She is always asking for her grain.
Moutonvache : Moutonvache was very shy when he arrived. The grain made him affectionate and demanding. He is no longer afraid of us and does not hesitate to ask. His weight is within the norm.
Ariel : Hurray for Ariel! Thanks to the transition to grain he was able to be weaned gently. However, he is very greedy and will do anything to get his grain. His weight is normal in spite of a very small size. The grain has stabilized him.
Guitoune : Guitoune has regained an almost normal weight. She is still behaving very peculiar but seems to be recovering well. Thank you for her!
Nana : Despite an amputated leg (hoof) Nana jumps to run for her grain. Nana struggles to keep up with the herd and to eat at the best places. The grain helps her to avoid a deficiency.
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