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They'd look clean compared to the average "Occupy" protester, but I am not accustomed to such filth in animals.

Is this normal for this breed or do I have some housekeeping to attend to?
 

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The barn floor is dusty. It has been wet, and the grass tall. I don't think they can help but get filthy.
 

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I have some 6 month old Kat/Dorper ewe lambs that never shed their baby coats, and they look horrid! Their white is brown! A white Dorper/Kat ewe lamb that is a little older did shed hers and she is white. They live in a very dry, dusty pasture.
 

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Yeah, my Kats can look quite dirty when it's wet outside.
My barn floor is dirt, so they come into the barn wet and then lay on the dirt barn floor.
There's no way I'm gonna bathe 'em all, so it is what it is.
When they shed their hair, they look clean again! :happy2:
 
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