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    Posted: August 15 2019 at 4:26pm
Originally posted by MJ11 MJ11 wrote:

Originally posted by Pukka Bundook Pukka Bundook wrote:

My thoughts exactly, Hoadie!
 
Plant a patch of mint as well, Bear, to make the mint sauce to go with the leg of lamb!


On no don't eat them !




Mine were naked at least a month or so , except one, one got away and we couldnt catch her !!!  so she is the only one running the pasture with all that wool !!!!  cant wait for them to have some youngins !!  been some time since I had home raised sheep butchered at my house !!!
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im not overly concerned with the caw chit but the sheep is a lot like deer , tends to clump - dont break down as quickly ...
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Or open it as a range when you aren't using it.Censored
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...AND, ya bag the sheep sh*t & sell it fer manure/compost!
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Some day I will get some livestock but unfortunately I have to travel too much for work to be able to get any now.
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The only bad thing about using cows is the Texas Minefield they leave behind!
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Again..problem solved. Sheep eat the roots, ya get dirt (ya don't mow dirt) Then ya eat the sheep, plant veggies. (Ya don't mow them) eat the veggies. When the grass creeps back, go to sheep. The cycle begins again!
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no to sheep - they eat the roots - you end up with dirt , get a cow or two , they mow it real nice , and they eat real fine as well , just constraint you have to worry on , close the gate your good to go , i like beef better , clean just like the deer ya know ............just sayin , 
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I guess that picture answers my question of "what lonely shepherders do while tending the flock."
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Self-fertilizing lawn mower.
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Originally posted by Pukka Bundook Pukka Bundook wrote:

My thoughts exactly, Hoadie!
 
Plant a patch of mint as well, Bear, to make the mint sauce to go with the leg of lamb!


On no don't eat them !


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Rack of Lamb!! OOHHH Baby oh baby!!

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My thoughts exactly, Hoadie!
 
Plant a patch of mint as well, Bear, to make the mint sauce to go with the leg of lamb!
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Bear:

Sheep...Sheep is the answere They eat all the grass, & then you can eat them all winter!!
No more mowing!!
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i hear ya bear - gotta have a backup in these cases , sounds like yours was a lot more time consuming , lovin home ownership , and your own lawn , 

it rained here first - delayed opening the gun club , but ended up working a bit more than half the day , today was great tho ...........
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Either of those options would have been more enjoyable than my 14 hours of mowing. Having a huge area to mow is okay until the riding mower breaks down. Well, at least I got my exercise in Confused
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