Annoying farmer's

I have found that the only way to deal with this problem is to, squat over a large mirror pull your cheeks apart so you can get a good view then use your fingers to pop the buggers back in. I hope this helps?

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  • Personally, i get the wife to do it.
  • tie some cotton around them and pull tight - they'll drop off naturally in a week or so
  • I took the thread title literally. I was about to argue the farmers case.

    I'll get back to the sheep.....

  • FB i may need a tow rope to try that
  • FR - can we have your side of the agruement anyway just coz i feel you may want a rant?image
  • Actually FB thats how we castrate our teaser tups. 'Cept we use fishing line - 5lb breaking strain is about right....
  • do you cast for the nuts as well?? that would be an interesting game to watch.... image

    in reality, I've used the cotton thread trick for little skin polyps - tie them off, starve the blood supply and they harmlessly drop off after a few days.....
  • however, i would think the cotton thread could only be applied by someone else, unless *one* had a mirror and was very flexible and dextrous.  i also think it would make *one* scream
  • what's a teaser tup????
  • it's a castrated ram used to bring a flock of ewes into oestrus so the star of the show i.e. the fully laden ram can do his bit. it saves the working ram's energy as he has to service the ladeez.....

    somewhat akin to a fluffer in a porn movie but with wool... image
  • Farmer's what exactly?
  • a fluffer - i see image

    rhyming slang womble "farmer giles"

  • oh i c - you were pointing out the redundant apostrophie

    image

  • i once had an external one
  • LOL I've just found this and had a massive coughing fit because my drink went down the wrong way. image

  • I thought you were going to say you'd found your Farmers Parklife!
  • Ah the old Chalfonts AKA the metrics. Just use a hot soldering iron to sort them out.
  • When I was young and we had a CB, my dads handle was hemoroid harry
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