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Sheep / Re: Lamb not quite right
« Last post by FriesianLambs on Today at 09:47:01 pm »
A very late reply from me.

Sadly this lamb passed away the same night I got him. He fought everything, except death.

His mother has been turned out to pasture and will meet her fate in near future. The farmer was not amused by her behaviour.

Thank you all for the advise.
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Coffee Lounge / Re: Sticks for sale
« Last post by Rupert the bear on Today at 09:39:25 pm »
I have got plenty of straw carefully selected from the barn and placed in my socks by the straw fairy. With that magic must be worth oooh, £22.95.
Is this food grade straw suitable for the authentic oooo arrrrr  crofter  effect ?

its that time of night between taking the tablets and getting to bed
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Thanks PGkevet and Bazzais. i think we will be purchasing just the house for now and then buy a field every year of them. but think a chat with a solicitor is good as the only advise upto now is of sales agents who want to value and sell it
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Coffee Lounge / Re: Sticks for sale
« Last post by pharnorth on Today at 09:21:08 pm »
I have got plenty of straw carefully selected from the barn and placed in my socks by the straw fairy. With that magic must be worth oooh, £22.95.
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Coffee Lounge / Re: I know it's been done before but...
« Last post by Scarlet.Dragon on Today at 09:20:13 pm »
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Sheep / Re: CR ewe not right
« Last post by shep53 on Today at 09:11:25 pm »
Glad to read that she's making an effort to survive , the sunshine will help and hopefully fresh grass , but it will take weeks/months to recover ,   At this time of the year it should only be adult flukes and they are always laying eggs ,speak to your vet there are set time periods after treating  when it is best to test .  Keep going trying different foods  treacle/molasses / soaked sugar beet shreds    a nice coarse mix with maize /locust beans  any thing to tempt her .   Yes her liver is very fragile  so treat her gently  :hug:
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Introduce yourself / Re: baa baa baa help!
« Last post by ho !sheep! on Today at 09:11:15 pm »
day care, training & agility center the main building is 100m long and 50m wide at one end add play fields in "disaster" search area and gundog field and outdoor arenas need space to teach tracking.
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Pigs / Re: Glad that weeks over
« Last post by kja on Today at 08:48:44 pm »
Is she registered ? has she got a tattoo in her ears ? If you have got her pedigree or can read her ear tattoo you can contact the Lop society secretary and ask for the sows breeding history it will tell you how many litters she has and and how many born in each litter and how many she raised in each litter.
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Coffee Lounge / Re: Sticks for sale
« Last post by Rupert the bear on Today at 08:38:24 pm »
Those are some beautiful, quality sticks, wish I could get some like that in a shop round here.
I have a " pick your own" service,  bring own saw though, you will spot my place as there are tree fellas at the gate , well two, one is off sick, most of my branches are open seven days , don't worry about the dog as his bark is worse than his bite , dont leaf it too long though , I will bough to your every whim ,
yours
Rupert of  Nutwood village

 twigged it yet ?
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Coffee Lounge / Re: I know it's been done before but...
« Last post by PK on Today at 08:34:03 pm »
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