Today at shearing, it became evident that Tink isn't pregnant.
The shearer could not feel a cria while he was shearing (and he could feel the crias on the other two girls who are due later) and once she had a year's worth of fleece off her, her body shape was different than the other two girls (one is her daughter).
Our vet is scheduled to be at the farm on Thursday so she may have an ultrasound to see what is happening. This isn't that unusual---one of Ann's girls, Catalina, often presents as pregnant and it ends up she got a little chunky from the extra pellets. There are a couple of reasons that this happened, and it is likely we can breed her again but we'll see what Dr. Pat says.
Of course the good news is that Tink is just fine and that's really the important thing. Some of you who have read my blog for a while know that I lost both a cria and her mother a few years ago and that was tragic--today is just a disappointment.