I didn't see this until now, is it worthwhile me giving her a second dose this morning?first thing when found...for a good size ewe100 ml of calciject 6 under the skin , injected in both sides over the ribs. using a 20ml syringe. warm in your pocket on the way there.
and a second dose very late that evening, keep an eye on her with a big mark on her back to watch for further symptoms, the next day or days...at which point if showing give her some more.
Can you explain how to administer the stuff and how much to give? I was always told a certain volume in a small bucket of warm water if they will drink it.Just do the same with any others showing the same symptoms. But to make life easier, try to get a small trailer to bring a sick sheep in.
And Propylene Glycol is the cheapest and effective Twin-lamb Disease remedy, but don't confuse it with the poisonous Ethylene Glycol, which is used as an antifreeze.
Glucose buckets too, as even the reluctant feeders will gobble these.Might be worth putting some high energy blocks out as well as cake for the other ewes to give them a bit of a boost.