Have read on here that vets are saying that a lot of ewes are low in calcium this year. Was getting on great here with not a single prolapse a week into lambing however today have had to put harnesses on 4 ewes. Also this morning had two ewes with dead pairs as ewes not opened up properly. Not a disaster but do wonder if like others calcium is low. The ewes are lambing outside on decent grass after coming off fodder beet a month ago. They have Crystalyx tubs in the lambing field as we don’t feed any concentrates. So how could we get extra calcium into the ewes in this situation? Should add that ewes are in great fettle and those lambed are milking very well.