Guess which one is the troublemaker who leads the escapes. See answer at the bottom of this post.
The brown faced ewe lamb in the background is "Camel". Her nose and her general profile made me name her that. The black ram Lamb is Shane. D3 was reading a Western when it was time to name him.
Ones Who Can't Be Trusted
Nightmares on Two Legs
Did I tell you that sheep are timid? These guys haven't been handled much, so they are rather skiddish. I'm hoping they get more used to us.
Answer: The troublemaker was the black sheep of the family! I found some interesting information on the term "black sheep". You can read it here.
UPDATE ON WENDELL: He's in good spirits. He's in his stall and resting a lot. You might ask why he's having problems again. It has to do with the emergence of green grass and the high carb count it has in the spring. Some horses just can't handle that. Once they have this problem, it becomes chronic- but usually seasonal. If you are interested, you can read about green grass laminitis here.