[Jacob-list] conditions on sales
patchworkfibers at alltel.net
Fri Apr 28 20:12:04 EDT 2006
From what Melody said, I'd guess this lamb didn't come from a JSBA/JSC member. It sounds like a buyer that just bought a "cute" lamb without much regard to breed. And a seller that sold a lamb without much regard to its future.
I don't sell many pet lambs for a couple of reasons. I seldom wether ram lambs. I can sell them to the ethnic market as rams or we can put them in our freezer if they don't develop the way I'd like. I also don't care to see ewes have been sold as "pet" quality showing up in public.
The condition I'd love to be able to put on sales is a clause that lambs are submitted for registration. I toy with the idea of not letting lambs go until I have submitted the registration or offering a "rebate" when/if the buyer submits the lamb for registration.
Registered Jacob Sheep, Angora Rabbits, Handspun Yarn
On Fri, 28 Apr 2006 10:36:34 EDT, Paintedrockfarm at aol.com wrote:
> I agree with Royal's idea!
> A Jacob is not a Jacob sheep without the horns. Perhaps breeders
> should consider including a non-dehorning clause in their buyer
> Mike & Cheryl Terrano
> Painted Rock Farm
> Route 4 Box 726
> Buckhannon, WV 26201-9205
> (304) 457-6620
> paintedrockfarm at aol.com
> Breeders of Registered Jacob Sheep & French Angora Rabbits
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