2020, Waiting on Lambs!

Kusanar

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I just read through this entire thread in the past week or so....

I would just like to say that these guys are adorable! And, I would love to be put on a list for the February shearing preferably for a colored fleece (nothing against white, but you can get that anywhere)
 
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I found a highland/dexter and was wondering if she would be an okay milk cow. I would only be looking for about a half-gallon at most once a day milking (with calf sharing). I know that dexters make good small farm milk cows, but is it reasonable to consider this cross for milking?
 
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I found a highland/dexter and was wondering if she would be an okay milk cow. I would only be looking for about a half-gallon at most once a day milking (with calf sharing). I know that dexters make good small farm milk cows, but is it reasonable to consider this cross for milking?
Post a new thread in the cattle section.
I don't know anything about cattle.
 
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