*  California Red sheep - Wikipedia
The California Red sheep is a breed of domestic sheep developed in the United States in the 1970s. It is so named because its ... In the early 1970s, Dr. Glenn Spurlock of Davis, California crossed Tunis sheep and Barbados Blackbelly sheep, and the ... Storey's Illustrated Breed Guide to Sheep, Goats, Cattle and Pigs. p. 222. ISBN 978-1-60342-036-5. California Red Sheep ... Spurlock actually set out to create a new hair sheep like the Barbados Blackbelly, but though he failed to do so - California ...
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*  Spælsau - Wikipedia
Sheep Breeds - S-St. Sheep101.info. Retrieved 2009-04-23. "Gamalnorsk spæl/Norway". Breed Data Sheet. Domestic Animal Diversity ... Icelandic sheep were crossed through semen imported in the 1960s and 1970s. Finnsheep and Faroe Island sheep were also used in ... is a breed of sheep from Norway. Many consider Spælsau to be the original breed of sheep in Norway, and it is one of the ... The spælsau stock is about 22% of the sheep in Norway. In 1912, to prevent extinction of the breed, two breeding stations were ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sp%C3%A6lsau
*  High Sierra Bighorn Get Emergency Help / Sheep `endangered' for at least 240 days - SFGate
... such as capturing many for breeding programs and killing mountain lions that have been preying on them. The service also ... a lot of the sheep got eaten. [...] the lions kept the sheep off their traditional winter range. ... Fish and Wildlife Service extended emergency protection yesterday to the Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep, a rare wild ungulate that ... announced its intention yesterday to put the sheep on the endangered list permanently after a public comment period that ends ...
  http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/High-Sierra-Bighorn-Get-Emergency-Help-Sheep-2935300.php
*  West African Dwarf sheep - Wikipedia
This breed grows slowly as evaluated in Nigeria in the last 1970s. The overall growth rates from 0-90, 91-150 and 151-350 days ... "West African Dwarf/Benin". Breed Data Sheet. Domestic Animal Diversity Information System. Retrieved 2009-09-09. R. T. Wilson ( ... is a domesticated breed of sheep and is the dominant breed from southwest to central Africa. This breed is primarily raised for ... This breed is thought to go into oestrus throughout the year. The West African Dwarf sheep is found in West Africa, its range ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/West_African_Dwarf_sheep
*  Charles Schreiner III - Wikipedia
As part of his experiment with exotics Charlie III cross-bred a domestic goat from the YO herd with an ibex, a species of wild ... He also experimented with cross-breeding cattle. In 1960, Charlie III was elected president of the 12,000-member Texas Sheep ... In the late 1970s, Charlie III and Charlie IV started an Outdoor Awareness Program and Camp at the YO. The program was a ... It's bred into us," said Schreiner. The ranch shrank from 500,000 acres in the heyday of the first Charles Schreiner to 70,000 ...
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*  Campbell Island cattle - Wikipedia
Enderby Island cattle Campbell Island sheep Rare Breeds Conservation Society of New Zealand: Campbell Island Cattle Rare Breeds ... Campbell Island cattle were a feral breed of domestic cattle (Bos taurus) found on Campbell Island, New Zealand. From ... A small herd of about 20 animals persisted until the 1970s, after which a programme of eradicating introduced livestock was ... This breed is now extinct. Cattle were introduced to Campbell Island in 1902, along with sheep and other livestock, as part of ...
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*  Karakachan dog - Wikipedia
... they have preserved some of the oldest breeds of domestic animals in Europe: the Karakachan sheep, Karakachan horse and the ... who proposed the standardization of the breed in the 1970s. The Karakachan dog's bravery and dignity, together with its ... Due to their conservative stock-breeding traditions, they managed to preserve some of the oldest breeds of domestic animals in ... The official breed standard was written in 1991 and approved in 2005 by the State Commission for Animal Breeds within Ministry ...
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*  Milk - Wikipedia
People first domesticated the most important dairy animals-cattle, sheep and goats-in Southwest Asia, although domestic cattle ... These compositions vary by breed, animal, and point in the lactation period. The protein range for these four breeds is 3.3% to ... been used both during the European settlement of North America and during the development of commercial Beefalo in the 1970s ... various sources report cows resulting from cross-breeding bison and domestic cattle are good milk producers, and have ...
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*  Pack goat - Wikipedia
He developed a herd of large mixed-breed goats and used them as early as the 1970s to pack supplies for scientists working in ... such as mountain sheep and mountain goats.[citation needed] Accordingly, the use of pack goats is restricted in certain areas.[ ... Concerns have been raised about the disease-spreading potential that domestic goats may pose to wild animals, ... In the U.S., goats bred for packing are usually tall and lean; belonging to one of the larger dairy goat breeds such as Alpine ...
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*  Balwen Welsh Mountain sheep - Wikipedia
Zwartbles, an unrelated breed with a similar colour pattern "Balwen/United Kingdom". Breed Data Sheet. Domestic Animal ... and in the 1970s people outside the valley began to take an interest in the breed. The Balwen Welsh Mountain Breed Society was ... The Balwen Welsh Mountain sheep is one of a number of varieties of Welsh Mountain sheep, bred for sheep farming in Wales. It ... This breed is raised primarily for meat. The Balwen sheep has a base colour of black, fading to brown in sunlight and greying ...
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*  Alopekis - Wikipedia
And the breed still serves flocks of sheep and goats and cattle also, in other parts of the country, to this day. Alopekis ... Before the mass importation of foreign breeds to Greece that started in the 1970s and '80s, the undisputed majority of small ... Their average lifespan is 12-15 years in a domestic environment. Hereditary diseases have not been reported. The breed is not ... Alopekis is an ancient Greek breed of dog. The name Alopekis means "small fox" or "fox-like" in the Greek language. The breed ...
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*  Heafed sheep | Article about heafed sheep by The Free Dictionary
The male is called a ram , the... Explanation of heafed sheep ... Find out information about heafed sheep. common name for many ... domestic sheep), having transversely ribbed horns and a narrow face. There are many breeds of domestic sheep, raised for their ... developed by Inge Frick in Stockholm in the late 1970s to early 1980s. SHEEP was implemented in DEC-10 assembly language, then ... Sheep are bred for their woolwool,. fiber made from the fleece of the domestic sheep. Composition and Characteristics. Wool ...
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*  Elliottdale - Wikipedia
The Eliottdale is a breed of domestic sheep originating from Tasmania. It is a carpet wool breed raised primarily for its wool ... The Elliottdale breed was developed at the Elliott Research Station in Tasmania in the 1970s. In 1986 the breed was being ... The breed is at serious risk of extinction with these low breeding numbers. Carl is concerned about the future of the breed and ... The breed is uni-colored and white. The Elliottdale is a dual purpose meat/wool sheep. When the flock was at the Elliott ...
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*  Portland sheep - Wikipedia
Cuisine of Dorset "Portland/United Kingdom". Breed Data Sheet. Domestic Animal Diversity Information System. Retrieved 2009-09- ... It nearly became extinct in the 1970s, but has now recovered through efforts of dedicated breeders and the help of the Rare ... This breed will sometimes breed out of season, and was the first breed of sheep in Britain able to have lambs at any time of ... The Portland is a sheep breed that takes its name from the Isle of Portland in Dorset, England. This breed is raised primarily ...
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*  Bluefaced Leicester - Wikipedia
Sheep Breeds Be-Br. Sheep101.info. Retrieved 2009-05-18. "Bluefaced Leicester/United Kingdom". Breed data sheet. Domestic ... In the 1970s, the Bluefaced Leicester was exported to Canada. Exported frozen semen from the United Kingdom is now used to ... The Bluefaced Leicester (BFL) is a longwool breed of sheep which evolved from a breeding scheme of Robert Bakewell, in Dishley ... "Bluefaced Leicester". Breeds of Sheep. Oklahoma State University Dept. of Animals Science. Archived from the original on 2008- ...
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*  Fauna of the Faroe Islands - Wikipedia
Apart from the local domestic sheep breed called Faroes, the Lítla Dímun sheep, a variety of feral sheep survived on Little ... Rabbits also established colonies in the extreme south of Eysturoy (Eystnes) in the 1960s and 1970s, but they were also ... There is also a local breed of horse, the Faroe pony. From time to time, domestic cats escape into the mountains and go feral. ... Ryder, M. L. (1981). "A survey of European primitive breeds of sheep". Genetics Selection Evolution. 13 (4): 381-418. doi: ...
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*  Agriculture in New Zealand - Wikipedia
There were 38.5 million sheep and 4.39 million beef cattle in New Zealand in June 2007. The number of sheep saw a substantial ... In the 1970s and 80s there was a huge industry carrying out live deer recovery from forested areas of New Zealand. The deer are ... The deer-farm stock was bred from the recovered wild animals.[citation needed] In 2005, there were 264 pig farms with a total ... Wheat is mostly grown in the Canterbury region and is used for domestic consumption in bread and biscuits. By-products are bran ...
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*  Zwartbles - Wikipedia
The Zwartbles is a breed of domestic sheep originating in the Friesland region of the north Netherlands. There it was primarily ... they declined significantly in use until listed as critically rare by the Dutch Rare Breed Survival trust in the mid-1970s. The ... Susan Schoenian Sheep & Goat Specialist University of Maryland. "Sheep Breeds V-Z". sheep101.info. "About the Breed". zwartbles ... Zwartbles Sheep Association. "Zwartbles". nationalsheep.org.uk. National Sheep Association. UK Zwartbles Sheep Association, ...
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*  Agriculture in Uganda - Wikipedia
The country's natural environment provided good grazing for cattle, sheep, and goats, with indigenous breeds dominating most ... By the late 1970s, this figure had dropped to 3 percent, and government officials were pessimistic about reviving this industry ... The WFP goal of returning domestic milk production to the 1972 level of 400 million liters annually was criticized by local ... Ranching was successful in the late 1960s, but during the upheaval of the 1970s many ranches were looted, and most farmers sold ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agriculture_in_Uganda
*  The Priory Pembroke Academy - Wikipedia
The farm included rare breed chickens, ducks, rabbits and sheep, which the school exhibited at the Lincolnshire Show. In 1991 ... After the 1970s reform of the education system, Cherry Willingham changed from a secondary modern to a comprehensive school, ... The typing room, joint needlework and domestic science rooms, and metalwork and woodwork rooms were modernised to provide ...
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*  Jacob sheep - Wikipedia
The Jacob is a British breed of domestic sheep. It combines two characteristics unusual in sheep: it is piebald-dark-coloured ... Some individuals acquired them from zoos in the 1960s and 1970s, but the breed remained rare in America until the 1980s; ... Breeding and Breeds, pp. 30-98 in Simmons and Ekarius (2009) History of the Jacob Sheep Jacob Sheep Conservancy. Accessed May ... "About the Jacob Sheep.." McKean, Pennsylvania: American Jacob Sheep Registry. Retrieved 5 May 2011. "Jacob". Breeds of Sheep. ...
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*  DNA Study Points to the True Origin of Dogs
There are no known living descendants of the breed past the 1960s to 1970s, and no modern breeds have any known genetic ... was a domestic dog used for hundreds of years to protect and herd flocks of sheep. The Tracker stood as high as 30 inches at ... 5 Extinct Dog Breeds. Throughout history, many dog breeds have come and gone. Some disappeared when the work they were bred to ... This rare breed was developed from several varieties of bulldogs, mastiffs and cattle dogs. The Dogo Cubano was bred to capture ...
  https://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2016/12/29/dna-study-origin-of-dogs.aspx
*  Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep - Wikipedia
However, disease played the largest role in the decline of the subspecies with domestic sheep transmitting virulent diseases, ... Breeding takes place in late fall, generally November and December. Lambing occurs between late April and early July on safe, ... By the 1970s about 250 animals remained, occupying only two small areas of their former vast range. Translocations by the ... Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep, Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep and desert bighorn sheep. Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep were listed as ...
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*  History of agriculture in the People's Republic of China - Wikipedia
Sheep and goats are China's most important grazing animals. Most of these animals are bred in the semi-arid steppes and deserts ... In the 1970s domestic output did not meet demand, and significant quantities of raw cotton were imported. Production expanded ... A dramatic increase in domestic cotton production filled domestic demand, and exports exceeded imports in 1983. In 1985 China ... in the early 1970s, and at the end of the 1970s, when corn imports hit a peak of 3.6 million tons. Major coarse grain suppliers ...
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*  Economy of Oaxaca - Wikipedia
Other animals include sheep, goats, domestic fowl and bees. The Value of this production was estimated at 2,726.4 million pesos ... Much of the current wave of emigration began in the late 1970s, and by the 1980s Oaxaca ranked 8th in the number of people ... its sugar and fruit are so good, that the sweetmeats of Oaxaca are reckoned the best in America...It breeds horses, large ... The commerce sector dominates the gross domestic product at 65.4%, followed by industry/mining at 18.9% and agriculture at 15.7 ...
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