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Poor Little Lamb



I was witness to this strange if not scary event yesterday,the cattle seemed to single out this poor lamb and chase it around the field trying to trample it and prevented its mother from getting close,Iam pleased to report that this only lasted for about 10 mins and the lamb appeared unhurt but it was quite frightening,could anyone tell me if this is natural behaviour


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tetleyjackrussel



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janzark
how terrifying, the heiffers look young, and perhaps the lamb got separated and they decided to have some fun, dont think it was malicious in the way we perceive it, cattle often crowd round my horse when trying to travers a field full of them, or often run after us along the line of a fence if a bridleway runs parallel, terrifying the horse. I think they are just mischievous and will chase anything which does not look threatening - perhaps they have never mixed with sheep before and see them as easy game! the lamb had a lucky escape though!
#1 Sun April 16, 2006 10:21am

tetleyjackrussel
Thanks for putting my mind at rest Jan,Bridget was screaming in my ear dont take photos jump in and save the lamb...me being as brave as Iam and a man of action I stayed firmly put Smile
#2 Sun April 16, 2006 10:33am

stewart
I bet the lamb did something to annoy them. They're all dinner anyway! Nah!


Add: It's just like back at school Sad
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#3 Sun April 16, 2006 4:43pm

Bridget
Oh Stewart,it was really horrible to watch.I don,t want to see anything like that again.Oh and yes i was there with tjr,he does
#4 Sun April 16, 2006 4:47pm

tetleyjackrussel
Cheers stewart it was a tad scarey, the lamb we are about to eat comes wrapped in plastic,my Wife Bridget is still upset ,but like you I thought mint sauco Smile
#5 Sun April 16, 2006 6:55pm

stewart
Haha. But come on... confess... tetleyjackrussel, are you Bridget? Wink
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#6 Sun April 16, 2006 7:05pm

Paul_77
Those heiffers sure do look determined, but alls well that ends well, as they say.
I think the mint sauce would be just lovely. Smile
#7 Sun April 16, 2006 7:29pm

Bridget
Stewart,tjr is my husband.If you look at my gallery there is a B&W portrait of him there and a landscape with anglers in the background and tjr in the foreground with the little jack russell
#8 Sun April 16, 2006 7:42pm

stewart
I don't believe you. I think you are one and the same! Nah! Only joking!
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#9 Sun April 16, 2006 8:09pm

janzark
Stewart, Paul, I bet If you had to go into the field and kill that little creature yourself, you would have other things on your mind than mint sauce.


If not, shame on you.!I am a closet veggie, I only eat meat because someone else did the dirty, when I raised chickens and sheep and goats to eat, they died of old age or I sold them to someone not as sentimental, the only chicken I killed was an accident - I ran it over reversing out of my drive, it was only half dead and I had to get oout the car and neck it. only I think as I had never done that before, I could have got prosecuted for causing unnecessary suffering as its neck got longer and longer but it didnt die... I still have nightmares! Sad !!!!!!!!!!!
#10 Sun April 16, 2006 8:28pm

Bridget
Jan i have just LOL at your comment Smile
#11 Sun April 16, 2006 8:38pm

stewart
Jan... just be careful if you ever see a big chicken reversing when you happen to be on its drive!
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#12 Sun April 16, 2006 8:49pm

janzark
haha, reminds me of the Heiniken adverts, where the' that makes a refreshing change' adverts had a giant hedgehog trampling a car and a squadron of ducks shooting and wildfowlers!
If I see a chicken that big, I'll make sure I have an equally large umbrella handy, I know what a horse can do........
on the other hand, if you see someone walking around with a 12" polo neck you may start to wonder if you know their identity.......
#13 Mon April 17, 2006 9:22am




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