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(Sioux City Journal)   This just proves that PETA members are just a bunch of turkeys   ( divider line
    More: Asinine, PETA, Sioux City, Iowa Department of Transportation, Ankeny  
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2014-04-24 05:26:42 PM  

Capo Del Bandito: Canton: That's breeding stock in that picture, actually. And also a cat, who is equally not food.

I was noticing the color patterns first and was going to comment that they look like mini-cow things with ram horns...and then I noticed how they're all giving the death glare to the cameraman.

...why do they stare into my soul like that/


The camerawoman was me, with a frankly mediocre camera phone. They were just looking up to see what I was doing and not being nervous because they know me. The ewe near the middle there, the one with the really wide horns, is especially friendly. She'll beg for attention and grin if you scratch her behind the ears just right.

And yeah, those are ewes with ewe horns. Ram horns are much bigger.

Those rams aren't ours, btw, but it's a great example photo.

/Jacobs are so cool
//Yes I am completely biased
///Doesn't even matter
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