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Old 06-17-2017, 10:18 PM   #1
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she is a yearling,$90.


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Old 06-17-2017, 10:36 PM   #2
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Whats your purpose in having an ewe? Are you looking to breed, eat, etc etc.

I like that she has her tail (mine also have their tails). Hard to tell about her from the pic though.


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She is a cutie but I do agree what's your purpose of getting her?
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mostly to eat her kids and sell as pets, not interested in show at all.
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Then I would go for it!
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If you don't already have sheep, I would get two.
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If you don't already have sheep, I would get two.

Agreed. A single sheep is going to be seriously stressed out.
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We have sheep,Fat tail Damaras they are a meat breed and like all sheep need company. The best thing about Damaras is they don't need shearing🐏 They are also great mums and lambs grow fast,teejae
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would she be lonely even with goats?
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They like their own species so I agree to get another one


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