By Susannah Parkin
This revised version of British Sheep Breeds explains how this hardy species has developed, survived and constructed during the last 250 years and offers a heritage of the species, their value in British farming throughout the centuries, evolution of a number of the breeds, their origins and domestication. The breeds are classified into teams looking on their function in the stratification method; primitive, mountain, hill, upland and lowland breeds. an outline of the breed, evolution and wool variety accompanies each one representation. integrated is the traditional habit of sheep, organic info and the way sheep give a contribution to the conservation of the panorama in addition to protecting their species.
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