All thing Wooly!

scoffcruddle

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I’d actually prefer to buy them for £30 and sell them for £80,going to be murder to buy this back end,every man and his dog will be after them.
 
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scoffcruddle

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Not the best pic,lambed this pair last night around 11 and tonight the ewe was just a bit under the weather,thinking she’s dehydrated,not been for water and unusually it hasn’t rained here for a full 7 days,my two helpers carried the lambs while I stuck the ewe on the quad.180DEB35-0883-4B5D-91ED-FB5EFB0B3C2A.jpeg
 

Cruiser

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Fleeces openin at neck and lots of wool a loosing. Clipped end of April last year but nites were warmer than at min. This wk lookin like it’s to b cooler so will hold off another wk or two. 👍
 

scoffcruddle

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I got remittance on 270 hoggs we sent in last Tuesday,p1ssed off because they only killed 70 on Wednesday morning because they had a breakdown👎the other 200 were killed on Thursday morning,the 1st £70 were £133.45 paid into the bank,the 200 were £129.15,there breakdown cost me £800 or so.🤬
 

AYF

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I got remittance on 270 hoggs we sent in last Tuesday,p1ssed off because they only killed 70 on Wednesday morning because they had a breakdown👎the other 200 were killed on Thursday morning,the 1st £70 were £133.45 paid into the bank,the 200 were £129.15,there breakdown cost me £800 or so.🤬
I'd be having serious words with the buyer.
Lambs shouldn't loose much, especially not hoggs, not like they were fresh off theor mothers!
 

scoffcruddle

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I'd be having serious words with the buyer.
Lambs shouldn't loose much, especially not hoggs, not like they were fresh off theor mothers!
I don’t know,take them from some cracking grass stick them in a slatted shed with some shite hay and they’ll melt before your eyes.
 
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