Hey everyone, Posted a little while ago about katahdin info. I have another sheep question. I worked with a vet and am familiar with labor of horses, dogs, cats, cattle, etc. but sheep are a new one to me. The only experience I've had was a suffolk ewe but she was sold as she was a 4-H project. My Katahdin is an undocked ewe, so it makes it hard to look for discharge/swelling. We know is pregnant and very large, but he bag isn't very full yet but has started to develop. She is a little skittish and the best time to look is breakfast time when we can get close enough to get a good peek at her tummy. I'm sure they exhibit the same signs, discharge, wax plug/leaking milk, and restlessness/discomfort? However I'm still new to the sheep field so please fill me in on any small signs I might miss. Oh any way to gauge how far along they are? And she is a first timer b.t.w. I drove by a sheep farm up the road the other day on my way to work and noticed a sheep out in the field grazing with the herd w/ two feet poking out of her so just a little idea of what to expect before this happens will be great!*lol* Thanks!