2021, Waiting on lambs!

misfitmorgan

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I'm not letting the horses near them to bend them. So itll be fine.

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That's a very good idea!!!
We re-use our panels over and over, so they have been bent by llama's, sheep, goats, and now pigs.....still keeping them in though. Most of the current panels were in use before we got them and are now over 12yrs old. Those panels are sturdy, I mean they hold back and hold up the top half of an 800+lb pig and a 500+lb pig....at the same time!
 

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If you are interested in selling some feel free to let me know, but I don't want to be a bother if it is easier to just dump them.

Ones from last year are good to go now. Just need to figure out which they are. 😅

The 4 to be sheared this year will be saved & posted either way. Unless I find out they're junk once off the sheep.
 

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If you are interested in selling some feel free to let me know, but I don't want to be a bother if it is easier to just dump them.

Okay, these 3 are available-
Make offer on blacks.

1 black, mill processed into roving. Babydoll Southdown

1 black, carded. Babydoll Southdown

1 reddish brown alpaca, raw.

Carded-
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Mill roving-
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Reddish brown- $35
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