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Suffolk Sheep were first recognized in 1797 in breed books. Since 1888, the Suffolk Sheep have traveled to new continents and become a staple of American and Canadian sheep farms
“What does a bloated sheep look like?” – The question brought back some nightmarish images to my mind from the first time I saw sheep bloat.
A large part of raising wool animals is knowing what to feed sheep in order to obtain good quality wool. Feeding choices will vary from place to place.
Originally bred in early 1940s, Dorper sheep are a cross from Dorset horned rams and Blackhead Persian ewes. They represent the best qualities of each.
Countryside Magazine Contributor
Originally published in the September/October 2016 issue of sheep! magazine.
By Jacqueline Harp
Buying local is a substantial and growing trend among consumers, restaurants, small grocers and now, even an emerging online
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