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|CHarlesMue||Posted 08/19/12 08:58PM Changed 00/00/00 12:00AM|
|I have a Wither, he doesnt respond as well as my ewe when i try to lead him around without a halter. is there any way to make them move forward? how do you work their "button?" just pressure or do you have to do something else to get their attention|
|SHADOWRAN||Posted 08/19/12 09:18PM Changed 00/00/00 12:00AM|
|well your wether might need a little help with someone behind him, the button is right under the tail push in and up, also we find some lambs learn to lead by following another lamb, so have someone lead another lamb and you would follow.
|texasgurl||Posted 08/19/12 11:08PM Changed 00/00/00 12:00AM|
|I had the same problem with my southdown if you have someone stand behind the lamb and push the button soon the lamb will learn to lead and end it on a good note too dont end it badly|
|sprkplug||Posted 08/20/12 11:58PM Changed 00/00/00 12:00AM|
|We had the same problem this year with our wether. The only way we could get him to move is with a feed bucket. Give him a little and then take it away. Hold it about two feet in front of him, let him smell it. If he walks to the bucket reward him with the feed. Keep doing this for a while until he gets the hang of it. It only took two trips across the yard for us.|
|gingerred11||Posted 08/28/12 11:47PM Changed 00/00/00 12:00AM|
|Move him by pinching his dock my ewe did it never really got out of it she walked fine if she was with her friends|
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