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Buy Wholesale Lincoln Sheep Online – Lincoln Sheep For Sale

Lincoln sheep for sale. The Lincoln is one of the four English longwool breeds: Cotswold, Leicester Longwool, Lincoln and Wensleydale.


  • $ 50.00 – $ 240.00
  • R 750.00 – R 3500.00
  • Lincoln Sheep For Sale

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Buy Wholesale Lincoln Sheep Online
$50.00 – $240.00
Lincoln Sheep For Sale
Product Type: Livestock
Style: Alive
Type: Sheep
Certification: HACCP
Weight (kg): Varied Weights
Brand Name: Lincoln Sheep
Model Number: DGJE24
Supply Ability:  600 Piece/Pieces per day
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Buy Wholesale Lincoln Sheep Online. The Lincoln is one of the four English longwool breeds: Cotswold, Leicester Longwool, Lincoln and Wensleydale. The Lincoln has had a globally significant genetic impact on sheep breeding, but today, like most other longwool breeds, the Lincoln is globally rare and facing an uncertain future.
The Lincoln breed originated in the marshy lowlands of Lincolnshire, where the luxuriant pastures and turnip fields were used to produce large, long wooled sheep. In the early 1800s, Lincolnshire sheep were crossed with Robert Bakewell’s improved Leicesters, and the offspring were further selected for earlier maturation and improved meat quality. Lincolns gained attention during the mid-1800s, in part due to the inclusion of classes for this breed at the Royal Show. The impressive appearance of these large, dignified sheep caused a stir, especially since wool had high market value at this time. During the second half of the 1800s, Lincolns were exported in large numbers to Ireland, Africa, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Canada, Brazil, and several other South American countries.
Lincoln sheep arrived in the United States about 1800, but they were not widely distributed until the late 1800s. The National Lincoln Sheep Association was founded in the United States in 1891. Lincolns were used primarily in the West and Northwest for crossing onto range ewes to increase size, hardiness, and wool clip.
Lincoln sheep are large, deep bodied, and sturdy. Rams weigh 225-300 pounds, and ewes average 210 pounds. Lincoln wool is long and lustrous. The fleece grows about twelve inches per year, and each sheep produces twelve to sixteen pounds of wool. Lincolns may be white or colored, including shades of gray, silver, charcoal, and black. Though hardy, Lincolns require good nutrition to perform well.
A challenge facing the Lincoln breed is a disagreement within the breeder communities about the place of naturally colored Lincolns. The British association does not register colored sheep, a policy which concerns those who enjoy using the range of colors found in the breed. The National Lincoln Sheep Breeders Association in the United States registers colored Lincolns as part of the breed while maintaining separate flock books for white and colored sheep.
Weight 10 kg
Dimensions 10 × 10 × 10 cm


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