This boy has been protesting for weeks about being removed from the pasture. I have never had such a complainer on the farm. We have him adjacent to the other sheep so he is not completely removed or alone. We can't put him in with the big boys or he would get picked on. So we will just have to continue listening to his whining.
He does quit long enough to eat and occasionally one of the ewe lambs will come and lay down by the gate and keep him company.
He definitely gets an award for "Most Boisterous Sheep"