Coming Home For Lambing.

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Spend the last 4 days emptying crap out of one of the lambing sheds, don't know why I save half of it:scratchhead:. Desided to bring 300 home and house um a month early, not due till end of Feb but ground that wet, no where dry to feed and could look better and I don't want them to lose flesh. Plus there mite be a bite of grass when lambs are ready to go out. Plenty of haylage so tomorrow there coming in. To many dog walkers to walk um home so ill have to trailer the lot:mad:. Get um home then worm and fluke and footbath The other half of the flock are OK, there on the moor which is a lot dryer and there due end of March. If any one is interested I will keep the photos coming right through to lambing to turn out, I don't want to bore every body:(:(.
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All bedded down now and ready for tomorrow:)
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Spend the last 4 days emptying crap out of one of the lambing sheds, don't know why I save half of it:scratchhead:. Desided to bring 300 home and house um a month early, not due till end of Feb but ground that wet, no where dry to feed and could look better and I don't want them to lose flesh. Plus there mite be a bite of grass when lambs are ready to go out. Plenty of haylage so tomorrow there coming in. To many dog walkers to walk um home so ill have to trailer the lot:mad:. Get um home then worm and fluke and footbath The other half of the flock are OK, there on the moor which is a lot dryer and there due end of March. If any one is interested I will keep the photos coming right through to lambing to turn out, I don't want to bore every body:(:(.
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All bedded down now and ready for tomorrow:)
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Out of interest, what size are your pens and how many sheep can you put in each pen? Also wondered where you put up your little pens?
 

Gator

Never Forgotten
Honorary Member
Location
Lancashire
Spend the last 4 days emptying crap out of one of the lambing sheds, don't know why I save half of it:scratchhead:. Desided to bring 300 home and house um a month early, not due till end of Feb but ground that wet, no where dry to feed and could look better and I don't want them to lose flesh. Plus there mite be a bite of grass when lambs are ready to go out. Plenty of haylage so tomorrow there coming in. To many dog walkers to walk um home so ill have to trailer the lot:mad:. Get um home then worm and fluke and footbath The other half of the flock are OK, there on the moor which is a lot dryer and there due end of March. If any one is interested I will keep the photos coming right through to lambing to turn out, I don't want to bore every body:(:(.
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All bedded down now and ready for tomorrow:)
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Pens are 30x20 I think
 

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Five nature-recovery projects spanning 100,000ha launched

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Written by Michelle Martin from Agriland

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Five nature-recovery projects spanning nearly 100,000ha across the West Midlands, Cambridgeshire, the Peak District, Norfolk and Somerset have been announced by the government and Natural England today (Thursday, May 26).

This is the equivalent in size to all 219 current National Reserves.

The aim of the projects is to deliver nature recovery at a landscape scale, helping to tackle biodiversity loss, climate change and improve public health and well-being.

All five projects will make a significant contribution towards the national delivery of the international commitment to protect at least 30% of land and...
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