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valtra-power 391970 97 Sheep in derbyshire either
Sheep in derbyshire
these are some ewes doing what they do best in the derbyshire dales.:-)
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ewe on the river dove
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sheep on riverside pasture
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Very nice scenery :-)
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Lovely pictures. Is it your sheep, and if, how many have you?
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How r ya Lennart. no am afraid these aren't my sheep:-( they are from a farm in the next dale. average flock size round here is about 400-500 sheep.

Cheerz tascowboy.
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wow verry nice pictures :-)
does that farms only have sheeps or also cows?
does that sheeps lam verry easy or do you have to help sometimes (like our Texels :-()

grtz from Belgium ;-)
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I really like your country side. It look's so untouched and fresh no factory's and higway's near field's .
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jonas - this particular farm also runs a suckler herd of about 50. most of these sheep are bought indoors to lamb mostly because of the cold weather. most of the time they lamb unaided with just the ewes with triplets watched closely. they are back out in the field after a couple of days.
sarge - cheerz sarge, the reason there isnt many factorys and highways is because the part of the country is in the peak district national park so its really a protected area and any building has to go through very tough planning regulations.

Cheerz lads, Nick:-)
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