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☛ Shepherds who bit off lambs' testicles at special farming event hit by violent 'food poisoning' bug It transpired that a few lambs that were castrated had diarrhea, which infected them via their mouths on contact with the sheep's testicles. Participants in the castration event were advised by the organisers to use specific techniques, and to wash their hands thoroughly afterwards. However, the pair instead used a different technique and suffered because of it. The bizarre biological case, highlighted by science writer Maryn McKenna on her blog, is by no means the first case of shepherds castrating lams with their teeth and, while not widespread, the practise is relatively commonplace. It was even featured on the U.S. TV show Dirty Jobs, where them amazingly game host Mike Rowe even had a go at it himself. As the ranchers in the video below explain they use the mouth method to get a better grip on the 'slippery' testicles as they are removed.☛ 'Vocal Fry' Creeping Into U.S. SpeechA