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melanie.boxall at sympatico.ca
Sat Dec 16 12:03:27 EST 2000
Maybe at 5'5" I'm too tall to comment, but my shearer is shorter than me and
I've watched her work. She grabs the horns from behind then pushes their
back legs up from under them with her knee so they are sitting on her foot
with a surprised expression.
Let your ideas grow and worry not about what will
change, for change is the only constant in the universe.
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"It's just me here, and the vet's suggestion to straddle them and pull their
heads to one side doesn't work if you are 5'2". (I tried--now THAT was a
act if there ever was one)"
I can relate! I am 4'11" and have been on many wild rides around the shed
and the paddock! Isn't it fun to be short. Is there any way that you can lay
them down or sit them down like they were being sheared? Don't know if it'll
work, but it's a thought.
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