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NZ farmer puts sheep up for adoption December 28, 2006

Posted by grhomeboy in Business.
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It might not be too late to come up with a Christmas gift for the person who has everything.

An enterprising New Zealand farmer has put his whole sheep flock up for adoption on the Internet.

Chris Adams runs 6,000 sheep on his property Brightview in Otautau on New Sealand’s South Island. He is hoping people around the world love lamb as much as he does.

Mr Adams has launched a website which allows people to adopt their very own sheep, a venture targeted more at people who do not have animals in their daily lives, rather than their daily diets.

Adoptive parents will be kept informed of their sheep’s welfare, be able to visit it, name it, and in the near future will even be able to watch it on a webcam.

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