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I changed my ram's name from Prince to Ramburger and we ate him. Butt me! I don't think so! BWA-HA-HA-HA
 

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You need to start with the animal crackers earlier. I was out with the bunch today and Ringo was doing his tongue wag thing and I pulled a couple of them crackers out of my pocket and he came running. :)
 

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Ramburger came off a large ranch without much human contact. I have his son now, he is calm and pretty much ignores me.
 

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You need to start with the animal crackers earlier. I was out with the bunch today and Ringo was doing his tongue wag thing and I pulled a couple of them crackers out of my pocket and he came running. :)
I don't think Bruce is going to be running for, to, or away from anything anymore but I might eat some animal crackers WITH Bruce. :D

Seriously though, I think I'll try the animal crackers with the other 2 Rams that I have. Rather start early with them then wait till it's too late.
 

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Anyone have any recipes for mutton they care to share? I recently dispatched a 2 year old sheep and was going to cook a bit tonight, probably the dry ribs.

Look forward to anything offered!
I once had mutton at a friend's cook over he took the leg roast snd slow cooked it over an open fire, with just salt, pepper, and garlic to taste. It was the brst I had eber had, juicey and tasty. It was great.
 

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I once had mutton at a friend's cook over he took the leg roast snd slow cooked it over an open fire, with just salt, pepper, and garlic to taste. It was the brst I had eber had, juicey and tasty. It was great.
The only for I'm making right now is in my fireplace insert but I sure wish I had a spot for a grate inside it. That would be an awesome way to cook food AND stay warm!
 
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