She's been down for a week with no other symptoms. Have given her a full bottle of Cal-Mag SQ, shot of Selenium/E, drenched her with ketamalt, ivermectin, and a shot of penicillin. Normally my downers are down with hypocalcemia/magnesemia, and obviously quite ill. They either respond to Cal-Mag or die. However, she's an odd case. She shows no signs of illness other than being on the thin side. She's bright eyed, holds her head up, has good appetite and thirst and generally seems in good spirits. She passes normal pellets. But when she tries to get up her legs simply don't have any power. She can get around very slowly with an odd sort of crab walk with a hunched back. She cannot flip her front legs fully out of tucked and cannot get her back legs up above 45 degrees. Lately she seems to have accepted that she is stationary and has taken to bawling at me when she wants something instead of trying to get up. Any ideas? She's due to lamb in a month so I am just going to keep feeding and watering her until she lambs unless I can get her back on her feet. Then I'll probably bottle feed the lamb and cull her as she'll never feed a lamb laying down. She doesn't seem to be in any distress.