mountain breed

Translations

mountain breed

nrazza montana
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Black Welsh Mountain sheep, as the name suggests, were developed in the mountains of Southern Wales from the traditionally white Welsh Mountain breed. More than a hundred years ago, farmers began to breed the occasional black sheep together, and they began selecting for finer fleece and improved body types.
Approximately 100 animals are all that remain of this noble mountain breed.
"This is consistent with the hypothesis that the Welsh Hardy Speckled Faced was derived by crossing the Kerry Hill with an unknown Welsh Mountain breed," said Sarah.
THE mountain breed of dark red Saler cattle will be returning to the judging rings at this year's Royal Welsh Show.
The brown and grey kid is a rare Welsh Mountain breed.
The Balwen Welsh Mountain Breed Society was formed in 1985 and celebrates its 25th anniversary this year with the knowledge that this small, hardy and handsome beast can now be found in many places a long way from its traditional home in the southern end of the Cambrian Mountains.
Cyril Lewis, who runs 1,000 ewes at Penbryn, Penmachno, Betws y Coed, is particularly noted for his efforts in bringing on the Welsh Mountain breed.
The sheep championship was a major undertaking but eventually went again to Dafydd Jones of Frongoy with a shearling Suffolk ewe ahead of the Williams family of Banc, Talley, who showed both male and female champions in the Black Welsh Mountain breed.
Mr Raffurn said it was a tough decision to pick a winner from a final four which also included the Kerry Hill and Black Mountain breed winners.
THE mountain breed of dark red Salers cattle from the Auvergne in south central France will return to the judging rings at the Royal Welsh Show in July.
Mrs Carson said the South Wales Mountain breed had developed into a large sheep with a golden mane.