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November 29th, 2020

Get your copy today! The Australian Suffolk Centenary History Book "A history of 100 years of positive impact on the Australian sheepmeat industry”. Handsome and hardy, happily hornless, Prolific in twins, rarely born less, Face and four legs as black as the devil, The breast, back and loins all wide and level, Well covered in meat, of muscle, no lack, Legs of mutton well filled, tail level with back. Please click on the links below to take you to our ‘Pedigree’, ‘Commercial’ or ‘Semen’ sections. The first flock book was published in 1887. The first classes to exhibit Suffolk Sheep were at the Suffolk Show in 1859. It is a polled, black-faced breed, and is raised primarily for its meat.It has been exported to many countries, and is among the most numerous breeds of sheep worldwide. Address: Suffolk Sheep Society Ltd Ballymena Business Centre Fenaghy Road Galgorm, Ballymena Co. Antrim BT42 1FL G et in Touch. RAMS FOR SALE from BENTLEY FLOCK Prefix: BentleySociety Flock Code: 239Breeder: TC & CA Harding MV Accredited Flock Performance Recorded Flock About Bentley FlockBentley Flock has been a member of the Suffolk Sheep Society since 1960. The West of Ireland being predominantly a sheep breeding area, was quick to recognize the superior traits of the Suffolk breed, hardiness, rapid growth rate, meatiness and wool quality. Nationale Suffolk Veiling Bloemfontein - Saterdag, 14 November 2020. Events. Welcome to, the dedicated website for the sale of pedigree Suffolk Sheep. The Suffolk Sheep. The Suffolk is a British breed of domestic sheep.It originated in the late eighteenth century in the area of Bury St. Edmunds in Suffolk, as a result of cross-breeding when Norfolk Horn ewes were put to improved Southdown rams. All 46 flocks were in East Anglia and 34 were in Suffolk itself. PUBLISHED 1897 . You can then browse through the thumbnails and click on the image for more details including pedigree. & H. Frost of West Wratting, established in 1810. The oldest was that of E.P. This contained 46 flocks ranging in size from 50 to 1,100 ewes and averaging 314 ewes. Produced with the support of the Suffolk Sheep Society of Australia, the Australian Stud Sheep Breeders Association and the Australian Suffolk Association. The Suffolk soon became the most popular breed in the area.

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