Baby doll sheep-breeders listed in your magazine and shows coming up featuring themgreenspun.com : LUSENET : Countryside : One Thread
Hi, I get your magazine at our library and its very popular. I am looking for babydoll sheep in the s.e. for sale and thought your magazine was a good place to start. Also, I have an old orchard full of persimmons, paw paws and some other unidentified fruits. I'd like to know about your seed swap and how to list there. TIA
-- Janet Tallon, PhD (email@example.com), November 22, 1999
Janet, where do you live? Because people who are interested in getting seeds or scion wood from your trees would be wisest to look within fifty or a hundred miles of their own homes -- if the trees are from farther away than that, they won't be as well adapted. With annuals it doesn't matter as much. And a question -- what are babydoll sheep, and what are they good for?
-- Kathleen Sanderson (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 12, 2000.
I'm Looking for baby dolls also I am in Southern Indiana and it seems like all of the baby dolls are on the west coast. If you find some let me know Grant
-- Grant Eversoll (email@example.com), June 27, 2000.
I am raising an orphaned sheep that now thinks she is one of the dogs! The cozy stall I built in the yard remains empty because she screams, so ends up back in her crib in the house. I would like to find a baby doll sheep to be her friend. I am in Massachusetts. Does anyone know of a breeder in the northeast? Thank you.
-- Sissy Howard (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 17, 2001.