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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    One of my pet lambs who grew into a pet sheep was citrus addicted. She'd just chill out munching on the citrus trees.
    Well I never, haha

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    Miss my citrus loving Baa.
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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
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    Naww, cute! What breed is she?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    Naww, cute! What breed is she?
    She's just a merino. We have about a thousand at the moment and always end up with a lamb or two. We usually stick them back in with the mob when they're big enough but this one stuck around too long and forgot that she was a sheep!

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    Next door's cows had a tonne of apples delivered, it's pretty funny seeing them gorge themselves on them. Before I moved to our farm I didn't realise that cows will gladly eat apples! Lol
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    We had a stonefruit orchard a few years back and when we would bring the truck full of our pickings for the day down the cows would all follow us and we would feed them all the no good ones they loved it.
    Well hubby is on his 14th day in a row harvesting his pretty burnt out and I'm really missing him atm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by our4boys View Post
    We had a stonefruit orchard a few years back and when we would bring the truck full of our pickings for the day down the cows would all follow us and we would feed them all the no good ones they loved it.
    Well hubby is on his 14th day in a row harvesting his pretty burnt out and I'm really missing him atm.
    What are you harvesting at the moment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    She's just a merino. We have about a thousand at the moment and always end up with a lamb or two. We usually stick them back in with the mob when they're big enough but this one stuck around too long and forgot that she was a sheep!
    We are thinking about running sheep on our place. It's really hilly and wet in winter so I've been told that Suffolk cross breeds are good here. Mainly for meat, so I don't think we'd get Merinos. Apparently everyone around here used to run sheep, but it's turned into cattle country.

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    Thought I'd revive this thread since DH has started cutting hay tonight.
    Cutting hay while the current 20m from our house continues to rise. I'm assured it will not flood!
    How's everyone else's harvest looking?

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    Very wet here atm, crops aren't too bad but I think it's going to be a late harvest. As much as harvest is tricky, I like that it's finished in time for Xmas. I don't think we're going to be that lucky this year! I just hope the rain stops so that once we do get started they can get into it and get it done.

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