merino sheep

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Noun1.merino sheep - white sheep originating in Spain and producing a heavy fleece of exceptional qualitymerino sheep - white sheep originating in Spain and producing a heavy fleece of exceptional quality
domestic sheep, Ovis aries - any of various breeds raised for wool or edible meat or skin
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"We find a message in each of her art creations." As for the use of Merino sheep wool in Dilly's paintings, the envoy said the artist's passion lies in using natural material with special needle.
This is the special effect of the Merino sheep wool.
An exhibition of breeding stock, in particular merino sheep and Aberdeen cattle was held during the fair.
A red coffee cup, blustery winds, windmills, windswept hair, craft beer, flights hovering in the windy sky, merino sheep, chocolates, guitar denoting the music scene of the city were few of the many details found in the artwork.
Joseph Kiptarus firmly clutches a Merino sheep with his left hand and directs the animal into a small wooden structure.He then holds a pair of shears and meticulously shaves the animal's fur.
In Exp 3, twenty-five Merino sheep (average initial body mass of 43.6 [+ or -] 11.5 kg) were blocked by weight into five groups.
Estimation of growth curve parameters in Konya Merino sheep. S.
Kaushik further stated that merino sheep will be imported from Australia at an estimated cost of Rs 6 crore to improve the breed of sheep in the state.
Merino wool is shorn from the back of merino sheep which are raised in a clean environment.
Her wool of choice is from the merino sheep of South America.
Associations between milk protein genetic polymorphisms and milk production traits in Merino sheep breed.