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Badger Face Welsh Mountain ewe and lambs

Badger Face Welsh Mountain ewe and lambs

Kerry Hill Sheep

Kerry Hill Sheep

Meet Battenberg, the four week-old lamb whose black and white markings saved his life

Two-faced: Meet Battenberg, the four week-old lamb whose black and white markings saved his life

Meet Battenberg, the four week-old lamb whose black and white markings saved his life

Dorper

Dorper

One of the world’s most beautiful & rare sheep comes from the hills of the Cotswolds in England, near the Welsh border. They are thought to be descended from a long wool introduced by the Romans in the first century A.D. This prototype sheep gave birth to the Cotswold, Lincoln & Leicester. The Cotswold was well established by the 15th Century & the wealth obtained from these “gentle giants” paid for many of the great Cathedrals & churches in England, most notable Gloucester Cathedral

One of the world’s most beautiful & rare sheep comes from the hills of the Cotswolds in England, near the Welsh border. They are thought to be descended from a long wool introduced by the Romans in the first century A.D. This prototype sheep gave birth to the Cotswold, Lincoln & Leicester. The Cotswold was well established by the 15th Century & the wealth obtained from these “gentle giants” paid for many of the great Cathedrals & churches in England, most notable Gloucester Cathedral

Icelandic Sheep

Icelandic Sheep

The Texel is a breed of domestic sheep originally from the island of Texel in the Netherlands. They have a distinctive short, wide face with a black nose and widely placed, short ears with a nearly horizontal carriage. They have black hooves.

The Texel is a breed of domestic sheep originally from the island of Texel in the Netherlands. They have a distinctive short, wide face with a black nose and widely placed, short ears with a nearly horizontal carriage. They have black hooves.

burning-soul: Rosie the lamb

burning-soul: Rosie the lamb

black Wensleydale - originated in the Wensleydale region of North Yorkshire, England Possessing a blue–grey face, the breed was developed in the 19th century by crossing English Leicester and Teeswater

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black Wensleydale - originated in the Wensleydale region of North Yorkshire, England Possessing a blue–grey face, the breed was developed in the 19th century by crossing English Leicester and Teeswater

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