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In this issue of sheep!
Volume 30 Number 3
May/June, 2009

On The Cover
      ”You’ve got to stop and smell the lilacs,” by Maggie Perry of Brookfield, Nova Scotia, Canada. See the full story on page 10.


     
Features
Welsh Flock Markets Directly (To U.S. Buyers) 34
The “Maine Event”: Yankee Ingenuity Pays Big At Fleece Tent 42
Rousie Recollections: Inside A New Zealand Sheep Station 50
Retained Placenta: Old-Time “Cleansing” Remedy For Livestock 56
What’s In a Farm Name?: “Darnit Char” 56
The Shearing 57
Training Sheep With a Clicker 58
  
Departments
Scribblings 6
sheep! Photo Contest 10
Meeting of Minds 12
     Wisconsin Shepherds Tell How They Set Up And Run A Great Sheep Event 12
    In Homemade Wormer, “Powder” May Not Equal “Crystals” 15
    Old Time Worming Methods: Copper Sulfate & Nicotine 16
    Hair Sheep Lambing Tips 17
    Selection, Health Maintenance In Hair Sheep Breeds 19
    Cutting Up A Lamb Without A Saw 24
    Piri-Piri Barbecued Lamb 26
Wool-Gatherings 28
Vet Check 29
Sheep May Safely Graze
    The Humane Coyote Getters & Sodium Cyanide 30
Shearing Notes 37
Price Reports 38
Poor Will’s sheep! Almanack
News Bleat
    Screening Meat Packages Using A Cell Phone 53
    Europe’s NAIS Set To Inflict Unjustified Electronic ID 53
    Save Rare Breeds: Eat Them 53
    Blinded By Red Meat? 53
    U.S. Exporting Oversupplies Of Commodity Sheep Meat 54
    For Today’s Luxury Wool Profits, Think “Stout Fiber” and Carpets 54
    ”Oh, Just Let Publicly-Managed Wildlife Kill Livestock” 55
    Vegan & Green Attacks On Animal-Based Trades Rising 55
    New Positions On NAIS 55
sheep! Breeders & Classifieds 60
  





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