Deyaneria on June 6th, 2012

  The BABYDOLL Southdown is polled. They must be 24″ or under shorn, measured straight up the front leg to the top of the shoulder. Lambing without difficulty is one of the qualities of the “Babydolls;” therefore, ewes under 18 inches are discouraged.     The wool should be very fine and quite dense the and cover the whole body from hocks […]

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Deyaneria on June 4th, 2012

  Babydool Southdown sheep are one of the oldest sheep breeds in England. The originalted on the south down hills of Sussex County, England. These are small hardy sheep that were both a wool and meat sheep.   In 1780 John Ellman,saw the potential of these animals and standardized the Southdown breed. In England, these […]

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Deyaneria on June 1st, 2012

      Links from the show. Etsy Shop Targhee sheep and Targhee wool Darn Good Yarn Lion Brand Cal

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