[Jacob-list] Herd Reduction
Mary E Hansson
iseespots at prodigy.net
Wed Jul 24 05:32:52 EDT 2002
There are all sorts of ways to move sheep from one point to another.
Health papers and transportation costs are all required. There are
haulers that travel all over the country.....there are planes that
transport them with temperature restrictions. Where there is a will,
there is human ingenuity to get them from one point or another. It
takes digging and quite a bit of work and usually a number of $$ to make
it happen. Go for it!
I know of several flocks in central NC that are (at the minimum)
downsizing or getting out of Jacob breeding entirely. Offers of
transportation have been made with sales from Kate Shirley here. Others
I can think of that are cutting back on sheep are me, Kelly Foster, Joy
Thomas, and maybe Elaina Kenyon. I would bet that Neal and Louise could
find a few sheep as well up here........lots of different lines in these
Mary Ellen Hansson
Jacob Sheep: Those horny, fuzzy critters
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Subject: [Jacob-list] Herd Reduction
Other than living close enough to personally transport the sheep, is
there any way to get them from one state to another? I'd love to have a
few new ladies.
Sweet Georgia Valley Farm
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