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Comprehensive guide to Sheep Breeds at GRIT Rural American Know-How

Comprehensive guide to Sheep Breeds at GRIT Rural American Know-How

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Wool :)

This is Daisy, she is a Leicester Longwool sheep.  It is a  breed with a long and interesting history. they are also called Leicester, Bakewell Leicester, Dishley Leicester, Improved Leicester, Leicester Longwool, and New Leicester. They were originally developed by 18th-century breeding innovator Robert Bakewell.

This is Daisy, she is a Leicester Longwool sheep. It is a breed with a long and interesting history. they are also called Leicester, Bakewell Leicester, Dishley Leicester, Improved Leicester, Leicester Longwool, and New Leicester. They were originally developed by 18th-century breeding innovator Robert Bakewell.

اغنام العساف الفلسطينية العجيبة

اغنام العساف الفلسطينية العجيبة

Leicester Longwool Sheep  A long, healthy, lustrous coat which falls in ringlets, ease of feeding, valuable meat supply and quick maturation are the sheep's breed traits. Leicester (pronounced "lester") Longwools originated in Britain and were used as a pioneer breed.

Leicester Longwool Sheep A long, healthy, lustrous coat which falls in ringlets, ease of feeding, valuable meat supply and quick maturation are the sheep's breed traits. Leicester (pronounced "lester") Longwools originated in Britain and were used as a pioneer breed.

All About Hampshire Sheep....Gordon got Hampshire-Suffolk crossed.

All About Hampshire Sheep....Gordon got Hampshire-Suffolk crossed.

finnsheep - Bing Images

finnsheep - Bing Images

What are the best breeds of sheep for the small farm?

The Best Breeds of Sheep for the Small Farmer

What are the best breeds of sheep for the small farm?

Merino wool sheep –  a fine wool that accounts for about 50 percent of the world’s sheep population. They have a strong flocking instinct, are productive, adaptable, excellent foragers, and are long-lived. The merino wool sheep has fine and soft, high quality wool and is slightly smaller than sheep bred just for meat.

Merino wool sheep – a fine wool that accounts for about 50 percent of the world’s sheep population. They have a strong flocking instinct, are productive, adaptable, excellent foragers, and are long-lived. The merino wool sheep has fine and soft, high quality wool and is slightly smaller than sheep bred just for meat.

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