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So, here we are again.
Another smear campaign against the Aussie Ag industry has been launched, founded on mistruths.
The animal activists group, Aussie Farms has released an interactive map with the names, addresses and phone numbers of farming families across the nation.
They are encouraging their followers to force their way onto the properties and into the homes of families of the land, to enforce their agenda.
I am saddened and enraged by this, having spent over a decade in the wool industry working alongside countless farming families.
I have seen farming children grow into young adults being surrounded by the sheep that they have been taught to care for and respect.
I have seen farmers give mouth to mouth to their sheep and save it's life.
Grown men and seasoned farmers have cried in front of me as they have had to euthanise sheep after they have been ruthlessly attacked and maimed by wild dogs (after tens of thousands of dollars and hundreds of man hours have been invested to protect their flock). I have sat in lounge rooms with lambs from a commercial flock rugged up in front of the fireplace during a cold snap.
I have witnessed the deepest empathy and utmost respect from farming families towards their sheep.
I have felt the love, pride and honour they have for being a part of the Australian agricultural industry.
This new campaign disgusts me.
While farming families details are all made public and have now been left open to bullying and acts of terrorism, the home addresses of the Aussie Farms foot army who are invading rural family homes are protected.
While Aussie Farms are demanding transparency of farming practices, they, themselves choose to remain faceless, gutless.
Perhaps while they are on their mission of 'truth' they may stumble upon a spine or two.
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Os deseamos felices sueños 💚 ¿Se puede ser más dulce? Cazorlito ya hace vida normal, da paseos con los mayores, corre y es feliz en la reserva. Ya sin miedos. Ha sido duro, pero lo ha logrado. Mirar su carita feliz durmiendo calentito al lado del fuego 💚 Es amor en estado puro 💚
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“Hi everybody! My name is Wallace, but you can just call me Wally.” ~ Wally 🧶
Well, Matilda did a great job. Triplets took a lot of work for her body to make, I’m so proud of her. She is doing well.
I did milk Matilda, getting all of her colostrum, and divided it equally between all three lambs. During that process it seems Knit, the other male, bonded to me. When I left he kept following me to the gate door. I carried him back to Mom and snuck away.
It was going to be single digits overnight and two lambs (Knit and Pearl) were the smallest so we decided to bring them in.
You can watch my live video for actual visuals on Matilda’s single udder. So we knew if she twined we would have to take one, so now we had to take two. We never like to do this, but it’s for the best health of everyone.
When we went to the barn Pearl & Wallace were by Mom, but Knit could not be found. After some searching I found him buried under the hay feeder. I think he wandered from Mom looking for me and never returned to her. We let Matilda say good bye for a few weeks and took them in.
Everyone was alright through the night, but Pearl has become quite lethargic. We are even force feeding her. I noticed her eyes were very weepy, but I noticed this morning there is something not quite right about them. It’s hard to explain...but there is a small development issue there. Whatever it is, we will work on correcting it. However, we need lots of prayers for her to pull through. We have given her supplements and feeding her with a syringe. I’m up for the fight and won’t quit trying....it’s in God’s hands..and he can work through mine.
There is always that one lamb who wants to hop into the hay wagon for a quick snack. Wait....that lamb is always Priscilla. Lulu just shakes her head and watches another day of her daughter’s mischief unfold. #1818farms#babydollsheep