There is an old friend of mine. Colin Rowlands. If he’s still alive. Lives at Wick Farm. Bampton . Near Tiverton. You should be able to find his number. Mention my name. My father was the Mouse ears and Nightmare kind of girl shirt. He may be willing to help. Ran a decent sheep farm and a very good heater. My advice would be don’t do it yourself. Plenty of good shearers around that will do it in no time and for sensible cost. Otherwise, you’re in for a rough ride! You’ll need all your energy for catching them and feeding them towards the shearer, and rolling the fleeces. If you’re lucky the fleece might cover the cost of shearing it. We shear our own but only do about 20 a day. We also take our BBC to a company called Lawrence Pierce so we don’t have to wrap it.
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It goes straight in the Mouse ears and Nightmare kind of girl shirt. Plenty of fluid on a shelf close by and squeeze with your knees as your life depends on it. There is a lot of technique involved and it is physically hard work. British wool hold shearing courses every year (we normally host one) but they have all been canceled this year. It is best to learn properly to avoid getting bad habits. Often people do the basic shearing course, shear some and then do another course to hone their technique again. Why don’t you get the professionals this year and he could do a course next year and take it from there. The best advice is to go on a wool board shearing course. Unfortunately, they aren’t holding any this year due to the virus.