Dorset sheep

Dorset sheep,

medium-sized breed developed in England; the only major breed in which both rams and ewes are horned. It has been introduced into many areas of the United States, although it has failed to gain widespread popularity there.
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Conducted by Kivells in Exeter Livestock Centre on behalf of the Dorset Hornand Poll Dorset Sheep Breeders' Association, the sale saw almost 2,000 pedigree and commercial breeding sheep sold.
Typically Finnish Dorset sheep had a life expectancy of 12 years; Dolly was euthanized at the age of six due to severe arthritis and a progressive lung disease, Healthline News reported.
He is also a former chairman and club leader of Caernarfon YFC, and has judged Texel and Poll Dorset sheep at numerous shows.
Environmental and genetic aspects of pre-weaning weight in two types of Sudan Dorset sheep.
A Finn Dorset sheep named Dolly was the first mammal to be cloned, and she later gave birth to six of her own lambs.
The Continental Dorset Club is the registering body for the Dorset sheep.
The daughter of a Dorset sheep farmer came first in the prestigious Q Magazine poll.
Co-owner Stuart Osha, a sixth-generation Vermont dairyman, is available to show off his farm's rare old breeds that range from Plymouth Barred Rock chickens and Horned Dorset sheep to Brown Swiss and Lineback cows.
In 1999, scientists reported that Dolly and two other clones of the Finn Dorset sheep she was cloned from had cellular traits suggesting they would be sicker, age faster, or die sooner than those conceived naturally.
The new lamb has been named "Polly" because she is a Poll Dorset sheep.
ROME -- The cloning of a Finn Dorset sheep in a Scottish laboratory last week was met with alarm in many European quarters.