Icelandic sheep

Icelandic top grey - 100g

Natural grey Icelandic wool tops fibre for spinning and feltmaking.

The Teeswater is a breed of sheep from Teesdale, England. It is a longwool breed of sheep, which produces a generally large-diameter fibre. The breed is raised primarily for meat.

Image detail for -. lustre longwool sheep from Teesdale and the north of England

icelandic sheep. Baa Baa black sheep have you any wool?

icelandic sheep / relative of the Shetland (both ewe & ram have horns)

Scotch Black-faced ram – won the Sheep Championship at the Royal Cornwall Show (2007) - photo from Taking Stock

♥ ~ ♥ Sheep ♥ ~ ♥ Scotch Black-faced ram – won the Sheep Championship at the Royal Cornwall Show - photo from Taking Stock . That's a lot of wool!

The Icelandic breed is one of the hardiest sheep of Northern Europe and exhibit a dual coat of wool to protect it from the harsh winters. The Icelandic sheep is one of the world's oldest and purest breeds of sheep. Throughout its 1100 years of history, the Icelandic breed has been truly triple-purpose, treasured for its meat, fiber and milk.

The Icelandic breed is one of the hardiest sheep of Northern Europe and exhibit a dual coat of wool to protect it from the harsh winters. The Icelandic sheep is one of the world's oldest and purest breeds of sheep.

Raising Black Welsh Sheep

The Black Welsh Mountain sheep is a colour type of the Welsh Mountain sheep. It occurs occasionally in flocks of other colours, but is now often maintained as a separate strain.

Pinterest
Search