You must be so tickled! What adorable cuddly things they are. Ah... spring! (You lucky, you!)
Bet they are lots of hard work just like human children ?? Are they a really special breed. I don't recall seeing any of them in paddocks out our way. With a black face and a fleece that looks two colours (light and dark) they certainly stand out.Does it bother you Angela when they go off to other pastures or wherever for whatever?Take careCathy
Hello Cathy, they are a special breed they are a dorper x damara. they are a meat breed and come in lots of diffrent colours. They are bred for meat and dont grow wool, what they grow over winter to keep warm they shed themselves so I dont need to shear them. I have put a couple of my sheep in the refridgerator buy since we are only two now I will be selling the off spring for others to do as they will with them
Thanks for that - the look of the coat reminded me of self shedding sheep we saw in Newfoundland a few years ago.
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