Poor Bean...her first year lambing, she aborted her twins (last year), and this year she has triplets and they all lived and she was a bit overwhelmed I think. Things started out fine, but a day after she lambed I think she realized one of her lambs wasn't the same as the other two.
I didn't want to separate him if I didn't have to, so first Devin and I tried putting up a bar in the corner of the jug so the lambs could get away from her if they needed to.
I thought it was working, but then this morning I saw her headbutt the white lamb again. Since I wasn't sure she'd be able to raise all 3 on her own anyways, I went ahead and separated the white one. How he's in a large dog crate in the barn, with his own heat lamp. Bean is a bit confused, and still calls to him, but I know she just can't handle raising him. I thought about knitting a dark colored coat for him, but odds are as a first time mom she can't handle trips anyways.
Darla is going to be lambing soon, and there's a chance I can foster him onto her if she only has a single lamb, but if she has twins he'll stay a bottle baby.
I'm thinking about naming him Han....as in Han Solo. :-)