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    poor Mr McInnes has his sheep in the pend, but i'd wager it goes all sad in the end. the new yankee owner wont wait for the lambing, he'll be screeming for action on that you can depend.


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    Aberdeen - where men are men and sheep are worried.

    Nae bother so long as we ram it right up them when we're there in March.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenbeard View Post
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    The value of sheep has plummeted since the turn of the year. One farmer from Aberdeen, Farmer McInnes, has seen a nil return at five of six markets so far with just one single sheep hitting the mark at the lowly Dumbarton market in January. Confidence in Farmer McInnes’s on-the-field ability is at an all-time low and cries of “ewes are useless” are now common place from visitors to his Pittodrie farm.

    rumour is they are for the chop if they don't perform better

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    I think I've had enough of this flocking thread.

    I'm trotting off.

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    Farmer McInnes's sheep at Hamilton's artificial market this evening. Sheep dropping behind the well?

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    Cormack should put Dolly Mixtures on the catering menu.

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    Never really got the Aberdeen/farmers/sheep ****gers thing. We’re more sheep farming territory down here in the south.


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    Hopefully Hamilton can ram the sheep tonight to leave the yams Even closer to the SPL slaughter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carheenlea View Post
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    Never really got the Aberdeen/farmers/sheep ****gers thing. We’re more sheep farming territory down here in the south.

    Never got the Ipswich tractor boys thing either.

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    Aberdeen - where men are men and sheep are worried.

    Nae bother so long as we ram it right up them when we're there in March.

    Good of you to give the sheep something to look forward to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carheenlea View Post
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    Never really got the Aberdeen/farmers/sheep ****gers thing. We’re more sheep farming territory down here in the south.

    Thats actually a bit misleading. The quality of the land in the north can only support certain numbers of sheep, so the rates of sheep to the hectare will be lower, but more hectares will be given over to sheep.

    So sheep ****gers is most definitely appropriate.

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    Never got the Ipswich tractor boys thing either.
    You ever been to East Anglia?

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    Never really got the Aberdeen/farmers/sheep ****gers thing. We’re more sheep farming territory down here in the south.

    John McEnroe.
    Size doesn't matter. It's what you do with it. The sheep that is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibbyfraelibby View Post
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    You ever been to East Anglia?
    Yes. There's more tractors in the Buchan area of Aberdeenshire.

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    The Buchan Firkin trophy.Archie MacPherson’s nightmare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenbeard View Post
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    John McEnroe.
    Size doesn't matter. It's what you do with it. The sheep that is.
    😂😂😂😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingPat4 View Post
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    Yes. There's more tractors in the Buchan area of Aberdeenshire.
    Given East Anglia is the largest agricultural producer in the UK I don't think that's true.

    Those Suffolk boys seem to be rather proud of that nickname, for whatever reason.

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