This morning, when I let the sheep out, I noticed an older ewe was limping. I checked her feet, they seem to be fine, but she's acting "off" as well - lying down before her usual time to chew cud, and she seems to moving painfully. Then I noticed her wether companion acting oddly, also. I saw blood in the corner of his mouth, and it appears he cut the corner of his lips, probably because he won't keep his head out of the fence - so that might be just a coincidence that is throwing me off. He is also acting peculiar. Moving stiffly, like it hurts. He's not grazing (although when I brought him in to get a closer look at him, he did try to steal the bunnies grain.... ) I've noticed his chin seemed to be hanging low lately, and I thought that was just the way he was going to look as he grew, but this morning it seems suddenly much larger and puffy. I've noticed his personality changing drastically in the last few weeks or so, also. I thought maybe a critter had gotten in and roughed them up last night, but they were each in different stalls. Everyone else seems ok... Does it sound like these symptoms could be connected somehow?