SCOTTISH FARMER PRANKS Claiming Sheep are Tartan Kilts

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Scottish farmer pranks tourists by claiming sheep are tartan because they drink Irn-Bru

Scottish Farmer Pranks Kilts is a cheeky farmer is winding up American tourists by spray-painting her sheep tartan . And claiming it’s caused by the animals drinking Irn Bru.

The Scottish Farmer Pranks Kilts Maxine Scott, 62, used her skills with a spray-can to brighten up ewes April and Daisy.


Bright red tartan sheep loving their new coats at Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre, Perthshire. Picture: SWNS


Scottish Farmer Pranks Kilts puts up a sign pretending the sheep turn that colour naturally and the wool then used to make tartan wool for kilts and blankets.


They live on Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre, Comrie, Perthshire, and are decorated using marker spray, used by farmers to identify sheep during lamb numbering.


A sign on their pen explains that their diet consists of ‘mainly grass. But are known to enjoy Irn Bru and Scottish Tablet or shortbread’.


Bright red tartan sheep loving their new coats at Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre, Perthshire. Picture: SWNS

Maxine said: “When we got the park, they always had tartan sheep. It was just for the tourists.

“We just continued the tradition. The public do like it – Americans are really impressed by them.

We have got a sign up saying the lambs come out normal. But they change as they grow older and tartan starts to develop.

The jokey sign explains: “A spectacular sight to see, tartan sheep were first discovered here at Auchingarrich many years ago.

“When sheared, their wool can be used to make tartan kilts, scarves and blankets.

Lamb

As a lamb they will look similar to a regular sheep. As their colours won’t fully show until they are about a year old. Scottish Farmer Pranks Kilts are very famous now a days.

How to Mix Color

Then as they get older their colours can change. So if you visit us again you may see a new tartan.

Maxine bought the farm ten years ago, and has been decorating the sheep since then.

She added: “You can buy marker spray. If they are lambing or in a race you would mark them with spray. To identify which is, to tell if they have all been done.

“We tried hair dye, that worked quite well, but we’ve gone back to using the marker spray.
“Certainly American visitors seem to think it’s funny.” (Source)

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