Kissane sheep farm, Molls Gap, Ireland, Europe
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As you traverse the city of Molls Gap, you'll stumble upon Kissane Sheep Farm. Kissane Sheep Farm is often skipped on the visit, owing to the plethora of other prime attractions of Molls Gap.

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  • This place is absolutely worth it! Call ahead and see if they're doing a tour for a big group cause you can hop in on those. (Min of 15 people required for tour.) They have a fascinating sheep herding exhibition with their sheep dogs and afterwards you watch one guy shear a sheep both with electric clippers and old fashioned shears. The two tour guides are really knowledgeable since this is also their job and they've been sheep farmers since they were boys. They know the history and really care for their sheep. The tours pay for their farm and allow them to raise 2,000 sheep without killing a single one for produce, while also maintaining a charming tradition.

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  • Real entertaining show and some nice skills by both the farmers and the dogs. If you are interested in how sheep farming works, I would definitely give IT a try!

  • Fabulous experience! Great show that educated us all on both the herding and the shearing.

  • It was amazing to watch the dog in action! And to learn more about how and why the sheep are sheared.

  • Very knowledgeable in what they do. Farm dogs are fun to watch

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