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Black Welsh Mountain
Black Welsh Mountain

In the middle ages mutton from black welsh mountain’s was prized for its richness and excellence. It’s wool was much sought after by merchants. The breed is nowadays mostly found in small flocks but the rams are often crossed with commercial ewe lambs as the lambs are small to be born and quickly get up and suck. The breed usually lambs February - March and produce lamb percentages of around 175%.

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