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Discussion in 'Livestock & Forage' started by trewern, Feb 7, 2019.
Get some of these down you....
........the fuel of shepherds
That's everso kind of you, @yellowbelly
Thanks muchly ...
Here, for anyone - do dive in ..... [Leaves box]
[Munch] [scoff] ... ambles down to shed ...
And shearers too!! Keeps me going through spring and summer
Fantastic weather for it
16°C outdoors, higher in the sheds, and an azure sky infested with skylarks singing.
Thought they were a while off ....
First C Section in years. Vet did a good job and got 2 live lambs though one is still struggling a little.
Double contentedly licking a nice pair this morning, at first look.
She obviously did not look at calendar.
Where is the best place to get Jaffa cakes? eBay 12 boxes of 12 for £11.99, McVities too!
you are both so out of the loop.....'peng'....is the word nowadays
'peng' is the new 'hip'(as in cool)....pls don't anyone go the doctor and say 'i've a pain in my peng'
That's a question way above my pay grade I'll need to consult Mrs YB on that and she's currently topping up her beauty sleep - watch this space for confirmation.
She's sourcing mine, by the pallet full, from Lidl - not McVities but Sondey (24 per box). To be honest, I prefer them to the originals - a bit more 'jaffa' and a bit less 'cake' IYSWIM
'Like' is for the 2 live lambs, not the invoice for the C-section
Be interesting to see what it is. Last one was £80 but that was over 6 years ago.
Well ours kept there legs firmly crossed when the good weather was here, now it’s started to rain they’re spitting them out
But going well on the whole, we’ve never had so much grass and ground is dry............ it’s got to go wrong surely
Is that a quad in the top picture, @jackstor ? Good size if it is.
Am currently spending as much time trundling around seeing the last 30 as I was the whole mob. Second cycle, so these could all drop in 24 hours if they've a mind to.
Yes, they were quads, the size of good twins and the ewe managed them for a couple of days!
Definitely a "Well Done, Ewe!" situation