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People love to give sheep. One healthy ewe gives highly nutritious milk for essential protein, vitamins, and minerals, plus plenty of wool to knit warm sweaters and blankets. Sheep often give birth to twins or triplets, which can be sold for income or bred to produce a whole flock of woolly grazers. Plus, sheep’s milk is up to twice as rich as cow’s milk in nutrients like protein, calcium, and B vitamins that growing kids need. It’s a wonderful way to share the love of Jesus, the lamb of God.
Sheep have made the difference for Sandri’s family of seven in Albania. His dad used to have no choice but to leave the family to find work in a neighboring country. But since receiving the gift of sheep through the World Vision Gift Catalog, Sandri’s dad now stays home and earns a living as a sheep farmer.
“I like the sheep because they are great, they give us milk, cheese, and yogurt,” said 10-year-old Sandri. “The lambs are growing up faster than me and now I can’t hug them easily, but my dad said that we are going to have other small lambs soon.”
“The milk, cheese, and yogurt are not only very tasty for us, but by selling them we will have a better economic condition and a better life,” says Sandri’s older sister. “I’m very, very happy…my father is planning to stay home now and won’t go far away from us anymore.”
You can help another family like Sandri’s with your gift of a sheep today!
When you give any animal, a portion of the gift may also help provide watering sources, farming assistance, famine relief, and other related essentials as needed.
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