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" Ibs. per fleece. The superior hardihood of the improved Cotswold over the Leicester, and their adaptation to common treatment, together with the prolific nature of the ewes and their abundance of milk, have rendered them in many places rivals of the New... "
Sheep Husbandry: With an Account of the Different Breeds, and General ... - Page 149
by Henry Stephens Randall - 1856 - 320 pages
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Transactions of the Essex Agricultural Society from ...

Agriculture - 1858
...fleece, and the ewes are very prolific, and good nurses. The superier hardihood of the improved Cotswold, their adaptation to common treatment, together with...nature of the ewes and their abundance of milk, have obtained for them much attention. The quality of the mutton is considered superior to that of the Leicester,...
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THE FAMILY, FARM AND GARDENS, AND THE DOMESTIC ANIMALS.

1859
...coarse, six to eight inches in length, and from seven to eight pounds per fleece. The superior hardihood of the improved Cotswold over the Leicester, and their...still farther improvement appears very probable. They have also been used in crossing other breeds, and, as before noticed, have been mixed with the Hampshire...
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Annual Report, Volume 8, Part 1860

Massachusetts Agricultural College - Agricultural education - 1861
...fleece, and the ewes are very prolific, and good nurses. The superior hardihood of the improved Cotswold, their adaptation to common treatment, together with...nature of the ewes and their abundance of milk, have obtained for them much attention. The quality of the mutton is considered superior to that of the Leicester,...
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SHEEP, SWINE, AND POULTRY

ROBERT JENNINGS, V.S. - 1864
...to eight pounds per fleece. The superior hardihood of the improved Cotswold over the Leicester, arid their adaptation to common treatment, together with...treatment, under which management still farther improvement has' been made. They have also been used in crossing other breeds', and have been mixed with the Hampshire...
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Report of the Secretary, Volume 4

Michigan. State Board of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1865
...good color, six to eight inches in length, and 7 to 8 Ibs. to the fleece. " The superior hardihood of the improved Cotswold over the Leicester, and their...abundance of milk, have rendered them in many places the rivals of the new Leicesters, and have obtained for them, of late years, more attention to their...
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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE OF THE ...

Michigan. State Dept. of Agriculture - 1862
...good (solor, six to eight inches in length, and 7 to 8 Ibs. to the fleece. " The superior hardihood of the improved Cotswold over the Leicester, and their...abundance of milk, have rendered them in many places the rivals of the new Leicesters, and have obtained for them, of late years, more attention to their...
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The Missouri Yearbook of Agriculture: Annual Report, Volumes 6-7

Missouri. State Board of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1872
...inches long, and from six to eight pounds per fleece. Their superior .hardihood over the Leicester, their adaptation to common treatment, together with...prolific nature of the ewes, and their abundance of milk, renders them in many places rivals of the Leicesters. But the Cotswold, as well as the Leicesters in...
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The history, structure, economy, and diseases of the sheep

William Charles Spooner - 1874
...coarse, six to eight inches in length, and from 7 Ibs. to 8 Ibs. the fleece. The superior hardihood of the improved Cotswold over the Leicester, and their...treatment, together with the prolific nature of the ewe, and their abundance of milk, have rendered them in many places rivals of the New Leicester, and...
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Annual Report of the Commissioner and the Board of Agriculture and Immigration

Virginia. Dept. of Agriculture and Immigration - Agriculture - 1881
...coarse, six to eight inches in length, and seven to eight pounds per fleece. The superior hardihood of the improved Cotswold over the Leicester, and their...general treatment, under which management still farther improvements appears very probable. They have also been used in crossing other breed's, and, as before...
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Annual Report of the Secretary of the State Board of ..., Volume 1865

Michigan. State Board of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1865
...good color, six to eight inches in length, and 7 to 8 Ibs. to the fleece. " The superior hardihood of the improved Cotswold over the Leicester, and their...abundance of milk, have rendered them in many places the rivals of the new Leicesters, and have obtained for them, of late years, more attention to their...
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