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(BBC-US)   Woman raising lambs in her home "just like toddlers". Subby saw this documentary and the ending was hilarious   (bbc.com) divider line
    More: Sappy, Lincolnshire, trio of lambs, Nottingham, Rushcliffe, Rebecca Bradley, East Midlands, Video journalists, Nottinghamshire  
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2022-05-01 4:18:08 PM  
Is one of them Shawn the Sheep?
 
2022-05-01 4:32:22 PM  
I wish lamb were on more menus in America. The place that made the awesome lamb burger went out of business recently and my version just isn't as good. Lamb kebabs are also very good!
 
2022-05-01 4:36:16 PM  
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2022-05-01 4:51:28 PM  
Interspecies confusion.

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2022-05-01 5:02:13 PM  
I made jerk lamb burgers today and I am getting a kick...
 
2022-05-01 5:15:15 PM  
Heh... Used to bottle-feed lambs when their first-time dams had no idea to feed them,

A year later they were quite tasty.
 
2022-05-01 5:30:12 PM  

CFitzsimmons: I wish lamb were on more menus in America. The place that made the awesome lamb burger went out of business recently and my version just isn't as good. Lamb kebabs are also very good!


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2022-05-01 6:12:03 PM  

maxheck: Heh... Used to bottle-feed lambs when their first-time dams had no idea to feed them,

A year later they were quite tasty.


I wish I had the pic my bro sent our mither the other day. Lamb in a dog crate in his front room, and his collie staring intensely at it. I think he captioned it something to do with working from home.

I presume the reason it was in his house was something to do with what you mentioned, he's definitely had lambs that need bottle feeding penned off before when I've visited him, maybe it's too young or too weak to be outside yet.
 
2022-05-01 7:22:54 PM  
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2022-05-01 7:29:39 PM  
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2022-05-01 7:43:45 PM  

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Thanks, Smokey!
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2022-05-01 7:51:14 PM  
Cute Lamb Needs Attention
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2022-05-01 10:42:04 PM  
Baa Ram Ewe!
 
2022-05-01 10:50:28 PM  
This sort of thing never ends well.

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2022-05-01 11:48:35 PM  
So of they misbehave are they acting b-a-a-a-a-a-d
 
2022-05-02 1:25:59 AM  

iron de havilland: maxheck: Heh... Used to bottle-feed lambs when their first-time dams had no idea to feed them,

A year later they were quite tasty.

I wish I had the pic my bro sent our mither the other day. Lamb in a dog crate in his front room, and his collie staring intensely at it. I think he captioned it something to do with working from home.

I presume the reason it was in his house was something to do with what you mentioned, he's definitely had lambs that need bottle feeding penned off before when I've visited him, maybe it's too young or too weak to be outside yet.


Sheep are incredibly stupid creatures, domesticated ones especially so, and sometimes first time mothers won't stand still long enough to let their lambs nurse, even when their udders are full to bursting. Then you have to milk them and bottle-feed the lambs.

To this day I can't stand the smell of lanolin. :|
 
2022-05-02 2:15:49 AM  
Rescue Lamb Is Obsessed With His Dad's Guitar | The Dodo Little But Fierce
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2022-05-02 6:50:37 AM  
I once worked with a woman who thought I was weird for having a pet rat. Then she came in one day and told us she wasn't reachable by phone (before cellphones) because a lamb had chewed through the phone cord. Sure, a rat is weird, but a lamb in the living room is perfectly normal?
 
2022-05-02 12:16:58 PM  

maxheck: iron de havilland: maxheck: Heh... Used to bottle-feed lambs when their first-time dams had no idea to feed them,

A year later they were quite tasty.

I wish I had the pic my bro sent our mither the other day. Lamb in a dog crate in his front room, and his collie staring intensely at it. I think he captioned it something to do with working from home.

I presume the reason it was in his house was something to do with what you mentioned, he's definitely had lambs that need bottle feeding penned off before when I've visited him, maybe it's too young or too weak to be outside yet.

Sheep are incredibly stupid creatures, domesticated ones especially so, and sometimes first time mothers won't stand still long enough to let their lambs nurse, even when their udders are full to bursting. Then you have to milk them and bottle-feed the lambs.

To this day I can't stand the smell of lanolin. :|


FWIW I got the pic my bro sent our mum:
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And, yeah, he captioned it "Thor's taking his work home."
 
2022-05-02 12:52:52 PM  
I bet there are a lot of videos on Ewe-tube.
 
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