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A one-day Introduction to Sheep Keeping course providing an overview of the essential elements of keeping sheep successfully.

Delivered by Rosemary Champion, The Accidental Smallholder, and Alistair Crozier, of Parkside Veterinary Group, it is aimed at those who are thinking about or have recently embarked upon keeping a few sheep as pets, as lawnmowers, to assist with pasture management or for the freezer.

Since our June and August editions of this course have sold out, we've added another date for this year, on Saturday 27th July.

Full day course, 95 per person including refreshments and lunch. Full details on our website:

https://www.dalmore.org.uk/product/introduction-to-sheep-keeping-course/

 

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