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Author Topic: Considering getting a milker  (Read 3917 times)


  • Joined Jun 2012
  • Norfolk
Re: Considering getting a milker
« Reply #15 on: January 13, 2013, 09:33:17 pm »
It's defintely doable.  I'd hate to be without mine now.  Apart from anything else I'd just be the mad woman of Madeley.   :roflanim:

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  • Joined May 2010
  • nr Lauder, Scottish Borders
Re: Considering getting a milker
« Reply #16 on: January 14, 2013, 11:28:06 am »
 ;D   ;D   ;D 
registered soay, castlemilk moorit  and north ronaldsay sheep, pygmy goats, steinbacher geese, muscovy ducks, various hens, lots of visiting mallards, a naughty border collie, a puss and a couple of guinea pigs


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