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Don't hope they catch a cold by this way of transport.
To be sold?
Yes, they will be sold to the highest bidder. People bring the animals they wish to sell to the market on Wednesdays.
They look very calm, all things considered.
Looks a little more comfortable than when they are transported en masse Bill. We export a lot of sheep and it makes me sad when I see the sheep trucks here. The end result may be the same but this looks like a nicer way to get there.
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Hello Bill.Poor critters...we have a lot of sheep in our area.Great capture!Have a nice week!Dimi...
Ahhh...makes me sad but I love the product!
So, dead sheep riding?
I'd rather think...stud farm
Quite a contrast between car and trailer!
They almost look like they are used to the ride.
I hate to think of their fate once they arrive at market.
...mighty small stock trailer.
Poor things. : )
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Such is life. At least they get a view.
They don't seem to mind riding in that cage.
Off to market, I expect. Good photo!
I loved this photo until I read they were headed to a market, then I was sad!
A part of life we don't like to think about.
Bon apetit! Yikes! I don't eat lamb, thank goodness!
Now, this looks like something I might see in my small town. Usually cows and pigs, though.
To market to market to buy a fat...sheep? I've never eaten mutton. Have eaten lamb a couple of times ... these look older.
Their last ride!
Baaaaa....Off to market I suppose.MB
That is a mighty small trailer. I hope they're being sold as breeders, or for the wool...
I lived in a farming town for 8 years so I know how breeding and selling of animals goes. Life goes on...
That's the smallest little cart I have ever seen being pulled..perfect for a car I guess!
This is something that should be seen - the sheep in the trailer.