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Know More Sheep

Serie: Know Your... No. 4

"Know More Sheep" looks at some more well-known breeds and cross-breeds, some minority breeds which were once seen everywhere and a few rare breeds which have to be seen to be believed. Jack Byard gives a brief description of each sheep's appearance and its place in history. Les mer
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Vår pris: 94,-

(Paperback)
Leveringstid: Sendes innen 7 virkedager
På grunn av Brexit-tilpasninger og tiltak for å begrense covid-19 kan det dessverre oppstå forsinket levering.

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"Know More Sheep" looks at some more well-known breeds and cross-breeds, some minority breeds which were once seen everywhere and a few rare breeds which have to be seen to be believed. Jack Byard gives a brief description of each sheep's appearance and its place in history. He also explains the status of the breed in the UK and its uses in farming today. These concise and informative texts are accompanied by a full page color photograph. This postcard-sized paperback is perfect for backpack or pocket. Like its predecessor, it looks set to have appeal for both adults and children.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Balwen Welsh Mountain 2. Berrichon du Cher 3. Bleu de Maine 4. Boreray 5. Brecknock Hill Cheviot 6. Cambridge 7. Castlemilk Moorit 8. Charmoise 9. Charollais 10. Cheviot Mule 11. Clun Mule 12. Corriedale 13. Cotswold 14. Est a Laine Merino 15. Exmoor Mule 16. Friesland 17. Galway 18. Gotland 19. Hebridean 20. Highland Mule 21. Icelandic 22. Ile de France 23. Manx Loaghtan 24. Mule Sheep 25. Norfolk Horn 26. North of England Mule 27. North Ronaldsay 28. Ouessant 29. Portland 30. Rouge de l'Ouest 31. Roussin 32. Scotch Mule 33. Scottish Greyface 34. Soay 35. Texel 36. Vendeen 37. Welsh Mule 38. White Faced Woodland 39. Wiltshire Horn 40. Zwartbles

Om forfatteren

Jack Byard was born in Bradford in Yorkshire where he has lived and worked all his life. He always had a deep affection for his rural heritage and so wrote his first book, Know Your Sheep, with a view to sharing with others the countryside that he loves.