Applesham Farm has a breed of Lleyns.
The Lleyn (pronounced kleen)
Originally from Wales the
Lleyn is gaining in popularity as a breeding ewe. Lleyns can be kept as
a pure bred flock to produce lambs for meat and also to breed ewe replacements.
They are a hardy ewe, smaller than the mule but with a respectable carcass
quality and good lambing performance. By breeding replacements on the farm
we can avoid the risk of introducing diseases into the Lackham sheep flock.
Good quality Mules from the North of England can be bought but inevitably
there is more risk involved, as was demonstrated during the last Foot and
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One of a flock of smallish sheep at Upper Beeding in the field adjoining the South Downs Way on the east side of the
Breed: Poll Dorset or Kerry?
ID on Yahoo Answers
One of a flock of sheep seen directly east of Applesham Farm on the east side of the Coombes Road near Passies Pond
Breed: Rouge de l'Ouest or Charollais
ID by Renee Cani-Excel on UK Wildlife Yahoo Group
Just the two sheep seen at Slonk Hill Farm
Breed: Hebridean (rare breed)
One of a flock of sheep in a field (west of the Coombes Road) at Botolphs
First ID by a Geordie & confirmed by others on flickr Sheep
Breeds of Livestock: Sheep