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Thank God! My son finally did it! Reading your instruction was helpful! It was so exciting to see my 18 year old son learning the process of farm life! I have a city girl all my life, but always yearned for living with the natural element! The only thing was... that my friend's neighbors (Burmese refugees farmers) just ninja chopped all the sheep from the head to the hooves in two hours flat...And my son, sat chatting with them and sat totally free from the dirty work! I was a bit disappointed that he did not sweat this important process, but I think he was just intimidated by the knife. I was going to get the electric saw, but my neighbor said get a meat saw...What do you recommend?
I will try this idea in a few weeks when we run out of meat. God willing. thanks for the tip.
Just a quick question. I may have to bring the sheep to my friend's house the night before. She ask me to bring a rope to tie the sheep. Should I get a collar too? I am totally novice at this.
Just wanted to thank you so much for the instruction. I also really appreciate that farmers are having interfaith dialogue. I shared on FB your page and following your instruction on Monday for Eid! God willing.
I just read some of the comments at the bottom, and I just would like to clarify the halal slaughtering as "odd or inhumane" way to slaughter. It has been the practice for thousand of the years by the Jews and Muslims under their religious scriptures. Say "In the Name of God", slit the throat, and drain the blood. Both scriptures are the same in this method of slaughter.However, if you go to Palestine where the three faith has been there for centuries, most practice this method. They are following the tradition of Abraham who is one of the greatest prophets-Has he not slaughtered a sheep on behalf of his son?https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/mar/06/jewish-muslim-slaughter-animal-welfare-humane