I'm only a common sheep farmer but I reckon they were ewe lambs that were served by a Suffolk mule or a Suffolk x texel rig lamb. Looked that sort of thing, the one with horns was definitely that type of lamb. I went through all ours as we weaned and the stores as they came, pulled 17 tups and chasers out. Then the other day we were drawing fat and I spotted a bull headed one ?? two stones. God knows how many he's served.Agree the flystrike.
Was there actually a lambing flock, or were we to infer that those were ewe hogs out of the 500 bought in stores, that had dropped lambs?
It was better this week I felt, but I wish they would lose the dramatic false jeopardy.
The Mrs says I'm just sad that I can watch sheep on the tv and spot fly strike in the corner of the screen.