We also trimmed the willow branches from the ditch on the far side of the enclosure so they won't be tempted to jump up (they looooove willow) and grab over-hanging branches, which could result in a flattened fence and sheep at large. They have fresh straw bedding in their shed which they rarely ever use. They all came to take a look anyway. The girls have had plenty of company over the last couple of days with people jumping in and out of their enclosure - lots of entertainment value if you are a sheep. Elisa made friends with Felix, a young toddler who came to visit - she put her head through the fence into his pushchair and let him pull her ears. She is such a softie.
I've had to cut some fur away from Elisa's belly, not sure if she is shedding fur or if she just caught it on some branches. Their feet look OK and they are all happy. The warm, dry weather seems to suit them. So far no lynx, just a fat supikoira (racoon dog) that Zelda and Zsazsa are more than happy to chase away.