Lonk


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Lonk

(lɒŋk)
n
(Breeds) a breed of large mountain sheep having horns in both male and female, a trim even fleece, and black face and legs, found only in Lancashire and Derbyshire, England
[possibly from a local Lancashire pronunciation of Lancs]
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and J Mullin, of Huck Hill Farm, Marsden with their Lonk sheep, and Mrs E J Stockill, of Royd Farm, Penistone, with her North Country Cheviots.
Best Lonk sheep: Mr Crowther, Oldham; Best pair of Lonks: Brian Crawshaw, Rochdale.
50 Bayles; Cheviot pounds 29 Mossband House; Lonk pounds 24.
Strategically, this is a really good fit because 'Silicon Spa' is the third largest games cluster in the UK after LonK after Lon-don and Dundee.
Nigel and his team dished up his famous Lancashire Lonk Lamb Hotpot and chatted with employees keen to meet the local celebrity chef.
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Best Woodland sheep: Mr J Gill; best Woodland ewe: Mr M Warburton; best lonk sheep: Mr Crawshaw; best pair of lonks: Mr Crowther; best Gritstone sheep: Mr D Eggleton; best Suffolk: Mr R Stevenson; best Swaledale: Mr J Bland; best Ryeland: Mrs J Marron; best in show: Mr D Eggleton.
50 for Lonk from Bush of Ewes Heavy ewes to pounds 78.
Lonks JR, Garau J, Gomez L, Xercavins M, Ochoa de Echaguen A, Gareen IF, et al.
Lonks JR, Garau J, Gomez L, Xercavins M, Odenholt-Tornqvist I, Gareen IF, et al.
Some, like the Rough Fell, are dispersed across large numbers of flocks whilst others, such as the Lonks, have most of the breed numbers contained in fewer flocks.