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Rare Breed “Featured Players” at CW » Wooly heads and legs make Leicester Longwools a pain to shear, but that abundance of wool—along with their fattening ability and rapid growth—made them good for Colonists. The breed died out in North America in the 1920s; CW had to import its initial herd from Tasmania in 1990.

Wooly heads and legs make Leicester Longwools a pain to shear, but that abundance of wool—along with their fattening ability and rapid growth—made them good for Colonists. The breed died out in North America in the 1920s; CW had to import its initial herd from Tasmania in 1990.

Wooly heads and legs make Leicester Longwools a pain to shear, but that abundance of wool—along with their fattening ability and rapid growth—made them good for Colonists. The breed died out in North America in the 1920s; CW had to import its initial herd from Tasmania in 1990.

Wooly heads and legs make Leicester Longwools a pain to shear, but that abundance of wool—along with their fattening ability and rapid growth—made them good for Colonists. The breed died out in North America in the 1920s; CW had to import its initial herd from Tasmania in 1990.


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