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Meet Peter Pan 
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I was about to say Vicks would no doubt work, we use it when showing stallions so they can't smell mares!

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Fri Aug 31, 2012 7:52 am
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I tried Hair spray on one last week seemed to do the job unfortunately the lamb had something wrong with its leg and couldnt stand up long enough to feed properly :(

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Tue Sep 04, 2012 2:25 pm
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will it hurt my lamb to have bread? I've got some for the chooks but I know he will want to eat it too so need to know if I need to keep him away from it.

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He probably will like it but he shouldn't have it! It sits in the belly and makes them bloat :(

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thanks. I thought it might be like that. I decided to give it to the poultry when he is locked in the shed of an evening when I do the feeding/bed time routine. I have to do that anyway or he will get in the way when I am putting the poultry to bed and will try and eat their food which he is not allowed either. He gets his lucerne chaff and crushed lupins then so it is not like he is being hard done by! :lol:

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Thu Jan 10, 2013 8:45 am
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Ooh that sounds a yummy snack - think mine would love that, might keep them in!

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just bought him a bale of clover too, because my grass has all but died off.

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Thats seems be a bit of common problem at the moment GG - the sheep at the farm are being supplemented with grain now.

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Sat Jan 12, 2013 7:09 pm
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he loves the clover hay :)

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Sat Jan 12, 2013 7:31 pm
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At the farm we have one lamb thta was hand raised and when you walk past the paddock its in it runs up to the fence and still expects a drink :lol: it has a bit of a suck on your fingers..

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