Pet parade at the South Downs school. The event is held each year, and most of the pets are "mismothered" lambs (the mother having rejected the offspring) that are bottle-fed by members of the farm family; when the animals are old enough, they are returned to the flock.

From Respectable lives: social standing in rural New Zealand by Elvin Hatch

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Pet parade at the South Downs school. The event is held each year, and most of the pets are "mismothered" lambs (the mother having rejected the offspring) that are bottle-fed by members of the farm family; when the animals are old enough, they are returned to the flock.
  • Pet parade at the South Downs school. The event is held each year, and most of the pets are "mismothered" lambs (the mother having rejected the offspring) that are bottle-fed by members of the farm family; when the animals are old enough, they are returned to the flock.