Can humans get scours from lambs?

Chef's answer
People also need to be aware that orf virus can also live on wool, fencing and hedges." Ringworm is occasionally seen in sheep and infected stock should be treated. However, the fungus can enter the human body through wounds. "Infections can even occur around shirt cuffs, where they rub on arms," says Mr Davis.
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The baby meat is always more tender, and well.. that's that. Lamb as a meat is more tender than its older counterpart of sheep (mutton). ... Some people eat MUTTON which is the name for meat from adult sheep, just as BEEF is the name for meat from cattle, (VEAL for meat from calves) and PORK is the name for meat from pigs..
The meat from a lamb is tenderer as compared to the meat obtained from an adult sheep. On the other hand, mutton has more flavor. For most people that enjoy eating whole cuts like roasts and chops, lamb does the trick. It is mainly because of the tenderness of meat obtained from lambs..
The meat of sheep 6 to 10 weeks old is usually sold as baby lamb, and spring lamb is from sheep of five to six months. Rack of lamb. The mild flavour of lamb is preferred in most Western countries.
The meat of an adult sheep is called mutton. The meat of an adult goat is called chevon or mutton.
The overall coloration of an adult black drum is, well, black. "Black drum juveniles do have a similar vertical dark bar pattern along their body, while sheepshead have them from the gill plate back to the tail," Markwith said. Juvenile black drum's mouths are facing downward, versus straight ahead for a sheepshead.
Lambs are less than one year of age. They have usually not produced offspring. Lamb is also the term for the flesh of a young domestic sheep eaten as food. The meat from a sheep that is older than 12 months is called mutton..
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