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  • She calls herself Lauren but is also known as Mom, Gramma, Lar, and, once upon a time, Peach.
    An ex-suburbanite who moved to the wilds of the Sonoran Desert and decided to raise fiber animals, fowl creatures, 3 halflings, and one pint-sized farmer without a clue as to how. Join Lauren as she learns how to file alpaca teeth, shear a horny goat, raise 3 teenagers and 1 grandchild while cooking dinner and doing the laundry with her other six arms.

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April 06, 2008

Comments

Kathy

A big High Country welcome for Seamus! (And it takes 4 - 6 weeks for castration to render a ram infertile. No wonder Leroy got his last field of oats sown! LOL! Same for humans...it takes a while for all those little buggers to die off...as many a vasectomy patient can attest - there are kids around to prove it. heehee )

Michelle

Well, well, well! Don't feel bad; there are reputable breeders who do this one PURPOSE. (I know; ick.) Not that you needed more lambs at Rancho Laurena. Let us know what's cookin' after you feel up Madeline. Fiona sure has kept a lot of color for an Ag!

One of your ramlings could possibly be full-polled genetically; that would sure be a boon to my breeding program -- if I had space for another ram! And Seamus looks like he may stay black! Of course, then you'd have deliver him....

Julie

If the lambkin were a female, you could call her Ooopsey Daisy! ;-))

Allene

So how many sheep does it take to officially have a flock? I think you qualify don't you?

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