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    Oh @misskittyfantastico we are moving to acreage and we are going to get some sheep so we can eat the lamb! What type of sheep do you have? We heard the Suffolk are a really good choice!

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    Gosh Id be stretching a week max, I don't freeze anything so it's just what's fresh in the fridge !

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyMumma View Post
    Oh @misskittyfantastico we are moving to acreage and we are going to get some sheep so we can eat the lamb! What type of sheep do you have? We heard the Suffolk are a really good choice!
    We have good old merinos but we're in the wheatbelt and are on a fair bit of land and have always had merinos but Suffolks are lovely! How exciting for you!!

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    I could live for awhile because I like spam. Spam was half price so I bought a heap.
    My husband on the other hand would choose to starve lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyMumma View Post
    Oh @misskittyfantastico we are moving to acreage and we are going to get some sheep so we can eat the lamb! What type of sheep do you have? We heard the Suffolk are a really good choice!
    Make sure you have good fences for Suffolks!

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    We will be redoing the fences when we get there.. and hubby used to do it for a job so I'm assuming that will mean it's ok..
    Someone suggested the Suffolk the other day and said they are good eating and can be friendly?

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    Like 1 week, we only have a small freezer and not a huge pantry !

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    Well it's just me and breastfed DD home at the moment and so about 3 weeks. If DP, DSS1 and DSS2 were here I'd say about half a day.

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    I reckon about 4-6 weeks. Lots of bulk staples in there. Although DD would be upset at the prospect of no fruit after the first week!

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    I had my groceries delivered on Thursday so probably about 3 weeks. After the first 1.5 weeks we'd be out of fruit/veg/meat and would be living off of plain rice/pasta though.


 

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