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Old 27 September 2013, 11:56   #11
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maybe they all have liver failure?
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Old 27 September 2013, 12:03   #12
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Maybe the local farmer's discovered the secret of the golden fleece. There could be high gold deposits in them there fields - any rainbows end there?
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Old 27 September 2013, 12:06   #13
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maybe they all have liver failure?
Wilk's previous Vintage???
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Any of the forum Sheep Fanciers care to tell me what's going on here?.
Hmmmm the Welsh contingent are very quiet...maybe they're out doing "research"
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I saw these on my way to work today. There were three fields full of them. Any of the forum Sheep Fanciers care to tell me what's going on here? It's not sport related dyeing, as those aren't our colours.
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Hmmmm the Welsh contingent are very quiet...maybe they're out doing "research"
Its mainly the Suffolks that get shown that colour /way round these parts (can't tell what they are from the pictures)

The Essex girls of the sheep world......
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Its mainly the Suffolks that get shown that colour /way round these parts (can't tell what they are from the pictures)

The Essex girls of the sheep world......
Suffolk's have flat backs and are renowned for getting stuck on their back. This makes them labour intensive and not as suitable for the hilly areas of Wales.
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Suffolk's have flat backs and are renowned for getting stuck on their back. This makes them labour intensive and not as suitable for the hilly areas of Wales.
Plenty like that in Wales already!.....And the Sheep are nearly as Bad!
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