Cotswold sheep

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Cotswold sheep,

large, white-faced, hornless breed with a broad, flat back, moderately deep body, heavy fleece, and long, coarse wool hanging in ringlets. It was originated in the Cotswold Hills in England. The Cotswold is often crossed with the Merino and Rambouillet breeds. In the United States it is found mostly in the Northwest.
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Visiting kids are invited to try on Tudor clothes including bonnets and breeches, watch a falconry display and see rare breeds like Cotswold sheep and Gloucestershire Old Spot pigs.
COTSWOLD BREEDERS ASSOCIATIONRare Cotswold Sheep, Tony Kaminski, Registrar, PO Box 441, Manchester, MD 21102.
Cotswold Sheep, which Mary Arden's father would almost certainly have kept on his farm.
In the fields there are Longhorn cattle, Cotswold sheep and lambs and Gloucester Old Spot pigs to spot.
There is a glimpse of the church spire and the unchanged village scene of old stone houses, and over the garden wall, through an arched gateway, the safe grazing of Cotswold sheep.
COTSWOLD BREEDERS ASSOCIATION--Rare Cotswold Sheep, Tony Kaminski, Registrar, PO Box 441, Manchester, MD 21102.
There are prizewinning longhorn cattle, some of which have just calved, there are Cotswold sheep, Gloucester Old Spot pigs, chicken and geese, a couple of oxen, plus donkeys which give rides to the children.
They are the first new animals to arrive at the farm since the foot and mouth outbreak, and have been making friends with 27 Cotswold sheep, 20 English Longhorn cows, six Dorking hens, four Old English Game Fowl, four geese and two turkeys.
Offering quality, healthy heritage registered breeding stock: Cotswold sheep, white & colored; Jacob sheep; Highland cattle.
Several fellow COUNTRYSIDERS have written to me asking about Cotswold sheep.
Cotswold sheep take their name from the same practice; both they, and middle East methods were brought to the Cotswold region of Britain by Phoenicians when they broke the Milesian grip on Colchis, circa 500 B.