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internash 306446 97 EASY CARE SHEEP either
EASY CARE SHEEP
These are my new rams they are "easy care" breed i bought
them the other day in a farm auction;-) only £22 each
we will see how well they breed;-) it is kind of Trial to
see how good they are, before buying more;-) see the
website- www.easycaresheep.com they dont need shearing or
anything!!
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one more;-)
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i call cattle easy care sheep! well relatively... :-P
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why?????? they eat and eat and you dont get that much for
them afterwards:-\ a lamb is ready to go after a couple
of weeks, eats only little bit of grass and makes major
profits;-) (if they sell):-[ price is down at the moment.
for example- 20 sheep eat as much as 1 cow;-) steer
sells for maybey £680 good sheep with lamb sell for maybey
£80. £80 20 times is massive £1600;-) sheep makes more
profit;-) unless-- you sell cow and calf but then you
need to buy another cow for sometimes £700. but you get
old sheep for £15 and are good for couple of years;-)
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please check out the website- www.easycaresheep.com ;-)
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