All Creatures Great and Small - Study Guide Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

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Spring has finally arrived in the Dales and with it a whole new round of tasks for veterinarians. Spring is lambing time, which means that for two months they are inundated with sheep. Normally, they don't deal with sheep during the year, but they get their fill during these two months.

Herriot prefers lambing because he is stronger than the ewes and the lambs are cute. After lambing comes vaccinations for the new lambs, and Herriot is amazed after one round of vaccinations. All of the lambs are separated from the mothers and corralled into a large pen. After the lambs are vaccinated, they are released to find their mothers. Herriot expects the ewes to spend hours looking for their lambs in such a large herd, but they find them in less than a minute.

After lambing comes foaling, which is much more difficult. However, this is...

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