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post #1 of 2 Old 11-20-2012, 11:06 PM Thread Starter
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Talking Shoe me your sheep!

Any sheep owners out there, show me your sheepies!

Here's mine, a meat lamb that I got for FFA :)
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post #2 of 2 Old 11-21-2012, 12:50 PM
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Here are my fluffs!

Little Henry the day he was born. He's shown some and done pretty well. Was 100 lbs at 6 months old! His new owner LOVES him and says he will never leave her. He thinks he's a puppy!

My baby Lamblet. The first lamb i had born. She's too sweet i couldn't sell her. Im keeping her as a breeder. She's worse than a puppy! She actually will paw at you if you arent loving on her! She also flicks her leg like a dog when you rub her tummy. And she loves playing with puppies.

Lamblet trying to play with my border collie Nitro

Me and Lamblet meeting the new little Henry!

Lamblet and her momma Scotch. Scotch was my showlamb my last year in 4-H.

The daddy. My ram. Old man Jack. He's got a mustache! And he's VERY sweet. Luckily.

Henry's momma and my first sheep Dizzy. This was right after her show quite a few years ago. She is sweet also. Luckily i got some pretty same lambs!
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