romeldale


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romeldale

(ˈrɒməlˌdeɪl)
n
(Breeds) a breed of sheep characterized by high-quality and multicoloured fleece
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If you are interested in raising sheep for wool, the Romeldale is a great choice.
His farm was the first registered breeder of Romeldale sheep in New Jersey back in 2002.
Istumbled upon the Romeldale breed when doing an internet search for rare sheep breeds."
"At four months of age, most of our Romeldale lambs weigh around 80 pounds.
The lists of Hansen's materials are nearly as dense as the compositions themselves, with the artist going to great lengths to supply the names of the breeds of sheep (Romeldale, Romney, Shetland), as well as the particular animals (Freya, Princess, Maggie) from which he sources his wool.
After Kate finished going through her paces, Shannon Phifer walked inside the Black Sheep Gathering barns where dozens of exotic sheep that had been judged for their wool and conformation - categories included Navajo-Churro, Shetland, Jacob, Romney, Romeldale and Lincoln - munched on hay and baa-ed back and forth.
"It has this life to it" not found in commercially produced wool, said Laura Cunningham, who raises Romeldale sheep in Walton, west of Eugene.
nationalcvmconservancy.org> CVM/ Romeldale. The rarest of the rare breeds of sheep in the U.S.
<harpspun@aol.com> <www.pergaminofarm.com> Icelandic, Black Welsh Mountain, Corriedales and CVM/ Romeldale sheep.
<mem@marushkafarms.com> <www.marushkafarms.com> CVM/ Romeldale and Icelandic.
<The6PslnAPod@power-net.net> <www.TheWhiteBarnFarm.com>CVM/ Romeldale. Breeding stock, lambs and fleece.
The CVM is a variety of the Romeldale breed that originated, almost by accident, in the U.S.