I had a ewe lamb yesterday (24 hours now) with twins. The second one was a bad presentation with the chin turned back and both legs back. I had to go in to get a leg forward and the nose forward and the delivery went quickly as soon as I did. An hour later, the ewe was passing all of the afterbirth. However, this morning, there was still a thin rope like piece hanging out of her. It is still there tonight. Since I had to go into her to get the baby out, I did give her antibiotics last night and tonight. The piece hanging out is attached, so I did not pull it. What suggestions do you have at this point? I have a call into the vet, but the only sheep vet around here is almost an hour away, and usually won't come this far out. The ewe was also so worn out when the second was born that she wouldn't clean him and now is not bonded very well. He nursed extremely well last night, got lots of colostrum. He's not acting hungry and he's holding temperature, but mom is definately giving him little "butts" in the lambing jug, whereas she licks his sister. Suggestions on that too? I have smeared his sister's yellow pooh on him to try to make him smell more like her.