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raddle

color marker in crayon or cake form used to temporarily identify sheep by marking them on the tip of the fleece.
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It is understood that Raddle Hall was built around 1663, although there is evidence to suggest there may have been a dwelling earlier on site.
Until two years ago, Raddle Hall, in Church Street, Broseley, was occupied as two dwellings, but the current owners have incorporated both properties into one, with an opportunity to provide separate accommodation or B&B etc.
The Raddle is only a village pub, but it's an important meeting place for the locals.
He has even started up an Internet site to advertise The Raddle Inn across the world.
They will cover condition scoring, vaccinations, grazing management and the use of teasers, sponges, Regulin and raddles.
They had blue paint on their backs as well as an orange chalk on their rump from the ram raddles.
Personally, the feral fiddles of Celtic loony tunes are more my persuasion, and it was while pondering how culture straddles and raddles the generations that.
Jagger can still, raddles and wrinkles and all, just about pass as a sex symbol, but the celebrated celibate?