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  • WAYWOF 11th June 2021

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    Have a fantastic Friday and weekend everyone

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      'Man Invented time, Cyma Perfected it.'

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      • #4
        Moving lambs on the bike, have a good one everyone and go the Crusaders.

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        • LeroyC
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          New lambs? You’re early.

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        • cyma
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          Is this only 24hr format? like it.

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        My first Soviet era watch....

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        While i'm not as good as i once was.....i'm as good once as i ever was.......!

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        • #7
          have considered selling this one, but its shots like these that remind me of why I bought it in the first place

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          • lepo76
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            it’s quite beautiful indeed

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          • #9
            Originally posted by 246 View Post
            Moving lambs on the bike, have a good one everyone and go the Crusaders.
            Hi Leroy, I buy in lambs this time of the year, normally from Southland, probably born October last year. I'll winter them here and sell in September/October, still as lambs, which will mainly go to Europe chilled. Its a big part of an arable farm system now in Canterbury.

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            • LeroyC
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              Ah I see. At what age do they transition from lamb to hogget? 11 months? 12 months?

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            Bit late to the party. Grandad's 1958 Longines, with a slightly more contemporary Seiko clock in the background.

            Have a great weekend all.

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            'Beauty is in the eye of the beholder' - but lets face it some people have better eyesight than others!

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              'Beauty is in the eye of the beholder' - but lets face it some people have better eyesight than others!

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              • #12
                Originally posted by 246 View Post

                Hi Leroy, I buy in lambs this time of the year, normally from Southland, probably born October last year. I'll winter them here and sell in September/October, still as lambs, which will mainly go to Europe chilled. Its a big part of an arable farm system now in Canterbury.
                Leroy, young sheep can be processed as lambs if they have no adult teeth visible, depending on the breed that can be up to about 14 months old. Every country has their own rules, NZ and Aus have the same conditions now but for instance the UK, a lamb just has to be under 18 months old, so therefore they sell a lot of hogget as lamb.
                I guess farmers think of hoggets as last years lambs and then when they get adult teeth they become two tooth ewes, normally a short time period. there is a big price drop for me in the spring if the adult teeth become visible, I can lose 3-4 dollars a kg and of course there is no noticeable difference in the meat just because they are teething. sorry a long answer to a simple question which comes down to how farmers think of them or what you can technically sell them as.

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