I have book knowledge of this disease but have never seen an actual infection, have no clue what to do for it except supportive care. Here is the case 7 month old suffolk ewe lamb, closed herd, no illness in any of the stock on the farm Noticed she was down more than she should have been today. Went out to check on her and found a depressed, sluggish but not lame monkey faced lamb. Her muzzle is swollen and there is a good deal of froth and mucous around her mouth, no long drool strings but she is very wet in that area. Nose also has a lot of mucous around it, mixed with some other material (cannot determine if it is from her or if it is dust and debris). She has a will to eat but trouble doing so because of the swelling, can get her to eat grain and she cannot swallow much of it. Have not yet seen her drink. Very skinny, rumen is empty like she hasnât been eating. Low grade fever of 104.1. Respiration rate elevated slightly but no phnumonia breathing. Sores in the mouth (Could not get a very good look at it) small amount of blood in corners of mouth, tongue not cyanotic, slightly red and swollen. Is this blue tongue? Are there any other diseases that present like this or have similar symptoms? Also can sheep have bran mash or another mushy thing she could easily eat? Right now I am giving her Nutridrench and grain, when she'll take it, but I would rather have something she will eat so her rumen can work on something. Other than supportive care is there anything we can do for her? Have her isolated, on antibiotics, water and just about every different food we have to offer her.