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How to Hatch a Lamb

sandiesbrahmas Super Moderator
I think it was Marie who asked about lamb hatching.
Well...eggs....very large and bright pink.

Several packs of digestive biscuits required....and hey presto.

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Good luck to those of you currently hatching chickens

Sandie

Comments

  • undautriundautri Senior Member
    edited July 2013
    lol sandie thats brilliant :D
    xxxxxxxxkath
  • doormouse Senior Member
    edited July 2013
    Fan-bloomin-tastic....:D brilliant Sandie! Yes, it was me as Lin talked about her expanding menagerie...mind you Lin, can you do digestives over there or will you have to use tiffin bars??!:D :cool: M
  • solarbatssolarbats Senior Member
    edited July 2013
    I'm guessing those eggs come in other bright colours too;)
  • Littlechick Senior Member
    edited July 2013
    Haha, must get digestives in! Never know when they will come in handy for the odd birthing or two... no not for ME!
  • Barley Senior Member
    edited July 2013
    Marie.........Ha ha we get digestives over here ok..........we like the ones with chocolate bits in from Tescos !
    Going to candle out duck eggs tomorrow .... mind you in this weather they should be fine lol :D
    Lin x x x
  • sandiesbrahmas Super Moderator
    edited July 2013
    Funnily enough, lamb eggs do come in a number of Dayglo colours.

    Sheep like the ones with chocolate in, too, Lin. Also they are VERY fond of flapjack and custard creams.

    Digestives at a birth party? Why not! (Actually I usually give a ewe who has given birth some digestives along with their post-partum ewe nuts.

    Lamb creep feed and layers pellets have an almost identical composition, and the chickens love them (as do the lambs love layers)

    Sandie
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