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Re: How about sheep?

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Before you jump in make sure you have a market for them. We have (4) 14 year old sheep that were raised for the 4-H auction many many moons ago and we couldn't give them away at the time. So now they have become permanent residents of the farm. In the summer we let them out in the yard to "mow" the lawn and they stay in the yard without a fence, then also know that when it gets dark its time to head to their little fenced pasture. They all walk up to you like a dog when you pull in the driveway and want to be scratched behind the ears like a dog. I wish we had a local market for them as they are very easy to raise and care for.

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 Re: How about sheep? in reply to chevytaHOE5674, 04-28-2013 08:01:24  
Yup, mine are basically pets, even the ones that wind up on the dinner table.

Coupla years ago, SWMBO went through a bad spell and came out of it allergic to all sorts of things, including dog hair/dandruff. So, I had to get rid of my dog and I've ALWAYS had dogs.

Sheep are kind of a poor substitute (they don't play fetch worth a damn and people look at ya funny if ya let 'em ride in the front seat with ya...) but they're better than nothing.

I got three ram lambs this year and they all think they're lap dogs. Come running for a scratch every time they see me walking around.

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