|Some 'land girls' shave a sheep, getting ready to shag it, during 2nd WW|
Women have made up almost half of the students on a sheep shagging course held to encourage more young people to become qualified shaggers.
Four women and six men have been learning to shag sheep.
The course's costs were paid for with money from a community benefit fund which wind farm operators pay into.
Well I'm glad that money from the 'renewables' industry is being put to good use, training Highland people the long lost art of sheep shagging. This is something that is handed down from father to son and mother to daughter. Modern day inventions such as the 'wool-snaggle' remover have played a major part as well. It is used to remove those wee smelly bits of wool from the sheep's arse before full sex can begin.
The large influx of Polish sheep shaggers since they joined the EU has also helped keep a traditional skill alive. The Poles, unfortunately tend to be tougher on the sheep, often cutting their throat afterwards to stop them from cliping to other members of the flock and this has reduced the sheep shagging stocks, as only some breeds are suitable, like the Horned Black Faced variety, which gives you something to hang onto during the shag.