We have a triplet (about 10 weeks old) who didn't grow well (weighs maybe 6 lbs and her siblings are more like 25 now), and really went downhill last week. The other sheep have been fine, but when we wormed the flock last week she got even worse. She had white eyelids, and now isn't even standing well. She eats and drinks well from a pan. We put an electrolyte mix in her water and are feeding lamb grower and hay. Since yesterday the worm load has started to exit her digestive system, and her poo is just dreadfully wormy. She is in a separate pen away from the pasture now. I know the philosophy of selling the weakling, but she is not well enough to even give away. How can we rehab her and get her in enough working order to sell? We drench her daily. What do we do with the wormy poo? We've been spraying it with the organic insecticide that I use in the garden, then disposing it far away from the barn. Will that do? We've also washed her bum off, but I feel like we should somehow disinfect her rear to keep the critters at bay. We can't be there to move her and scoop immediately every time she poos. Any ideas? Thanks a bunch!