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The sheep of this breed are the lineal descendants of the Dishley Leicesters ...
Charollais sheep are primarily a terminal breed excelling in fast growth on pasture with high meat yields ...
New Zealand agriculture has been closely associated with this sheep since its origins ...
Lifestyle farmers are purchasing Dorper sheep as an easy care, low maintenance solution ...
Developed in the County of Dorset through the crossing the Southdown, Hampshire and local Dorset breeds ...
The Drysdale breed consists of sheep of Romney or part Cheviot origin ...
This long established breed originated in the north of Holland and Germany ...
The English Leicester was a pioneer breed, well suited to wetter Merino regions and rough grazing ...
The Finnsheep is an ancient breed, native to Finland, also known by the names of Finnish Landrace or Finn ...
Developed in the county of Hampshire, England, the breed arrived in New Zealand in 1861 ...
Dual Purpose - Meat and Wool Clip the heaviest Wool Weights Longevity - 2nd only to Merino Highly resistant to Footrot
An English breed developed in 1830s by crossing the Cotswold with a forerunner of the Hampshire ...
The NZ Poll Dorset Breed was founded in 1959 with the importing of these double polled Australian sheep ...
Established over 100 years ago in Australia, the Polwarth is now proving its value as the ultimate dual purpose breed ...
Ryelands are a white-faced, polled (no horns), small to medium sized, down-type breed ...
The Shropshire breed emerged in Britain in mid-1800s to become the supreme meat breed of the late 19th century ...
The South Suffolk first appeared in New Zealand during the 1930s in response to an overseas demand for leaner meat ...
The original Suffolks were the result of crossing Southdown rams on Norfolk Horned ewes ...
The Texel originated on the island of Texel above Holland in the North Sea ...
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