One of our new ewes had twin ewe lambs early this morning. We found them at 7 am. Mom didn't show any interest at all in them. Both extremely cold. One died within a couple minutes, but the other one is still alive. I have her temp up to 101.8, she will drink from the bottle, but can't stand, and seems to have no control of her head. She keeps arching her neck back. Have gotten about 4 oz of colostrum down her, given her some Karo syrup, 2 cc of 50% dextrose sub cu, and 1 1/2 oz of Life Line. She moves all her legs, but no attempt to support her weight. We had no idea when the ewe was due, as we just got them about a month ago. Milking her is something else, but I have another 3 oz of colostrum in the fridge for her next feeding. Can anybody give me any more ideas of what to do to save this lamb? My biggest concern right now is why she keeps arching her head back. I don't have a lot of hope for her, but am trying!