Does anyone bother to flush their ewes prior to breeding them?? By flushing I mean about 3-4 weeks prior to breeding date you start both the ewes and the rams on a slightly increased diet (better legume hay and/or small amounts of grain) to slightly increase their weight prior to breeding. It is said to increase the incidence of twins and triplets as the sheep is in a "time of abundance" and therefore "should" be able to handle the multiple births better. Have you seen a difference over not flushing prior to breeding??