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venessa
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 7b)

January 31, 2001
6:11 PM

Post #1024

Well I'm sure most of you know that we lost one of our sheep this past week and now only have the one, we have been trying to find a friend for her but hopefully this weekend at trades day we will get lucky. My question is how much should I feed her (she is pregnant)? She wouldn't eat the other day and I just figured that she is greiving for your mate but someone told me I am feeding her to much and that might be true because I feel so sorry for her.They also told me that if I do feed her to much it will kill her is this true? I can't loose another animal.I have lost so much sleep over everything that has happened and can you beleive I wanted a farm.I think I would have a nervous breakdown if I did.LOL

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