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Dorset Horn and Poll Dorset Sheep Breeder's Association
  The Dorset Horn Sheep Breeders' Association was established in 1891 for "the encouragement of the breeding of Dorset Horn Sheep at home and abroad and the maintenance of the purity of the breed".
      Dorset Down Sheep Breeders' Association 
Dorset Down Sheep Breeders' Association
  Dorset Down Sheep are justly known as "king of the prime lamb breed". One of the oldest breeds of native sheep, Dorset Down Sheep have a prestigious history as well as a successful future in the British farming landscape
      The Easy Care Sheep Society
The Easy Care Sheep Society
  Easy Care is a revolutionary breed of sheep which requires minimal shepherding and veterinary care, sheds its wool in the summer, does not need shearing and yet offers excellent meat yields and lambing ratios. The breed is now well established in Britain and abroad and is proving extremely popular and successful with breeders in today's farming environment.
      jacob society
Jacob Sheep Society
  The Society sets out to improve breed conformation and prolificacy and staple length and quality of the wool through the maintenance a flock book of registered sheep and by encouraging show classes and educational activities amongst its members.
      Lleyn sheep
Lleyn Sheep
  Originating on the windswept Lleyn Peninsula in North Wales, the Lleyn (pronounced 'Clean') is now bred all over the UK from the Orkneys in the north to Cornwall in the south.
      Oxford Down Sheep Breeders' Association
Oxford Down Sheep Breeders' Association
  The Oxford Down is the largest and heaviest of the famous British Down breeds and was developed during the 1800s mainly in Oxfordshire and the surrounding counties. Today it is a specialist terminal sire breed used in the UK to produce lambs for meat production when crossed with commercial crossbred ewes.
      The Rouge Society
The Rouge Society
  The breed is known in France as The Rouge de l'Ouest (usually shortened to Rouge) which translates as The Red of the West, describing both the colour and origin of the sheep. The Rouge Sheep Society was formed in 1986 with a view to maintaining the breeds purity and promoting it's improvement.
      Ryeland Flock Book Society
Ryeland Flock Book Society
  Ryeland Sheep are one of the traditional british sheep breeds. They're well known for producing excellent quality lamb and great tasting meat. Ryeland lamb is much sought after by rare-breed butchers, top chefs, hotels and restaurants. Hand spinners and weavers also seek out Ryeland sheep's wool for it texture and quality.
      shropshire sheep Shropshire Sheep Breeders Association & Flock Book Society  
  The Shropshire Sheep Breeders' Association is the oldest flock book society in the United Kingdom.
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