Jacob's sheep

Jacob's sheep

an ornamental fourhorned British sheep, which originally served a dual purpose. Spotted dark brown on face.
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Jacob's sheep. By permission from Sambraus HH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992
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In the orchard they've still got a little flock of Jacob's sheep, along with all the hens and the bee hives under the trees.
Now Tamworth pigs, Jacob's sheep, goats and poultry have arrived, together with four farm cats recruited from the Drifter's Reach cats refuge in Scotswood, Newcastle.
She had come second in the small hunter foal class; Right, Amanda Jones of Talgarreg was delighted after her tiny Welsh Cob Sweet William was named Reserve Champion at Anglesey Show on August 16 1989; Princess Alexandra addresses the crowd at the Royal Welsh Show on July 26 1972; David Richards of Cefn Llanfair, Llandusil, with son William, 15, and his friend Malcolm Brownrigg, 14, with their Jacob's sheep.
The third possible cull, I was told by a keeper of glorious Jacob's sheep in England's Romney Marsh (who said he had five of the animals, "three in the garden and two in the freezer"), would be after seven, nearly eight years.
Geldof's Jacob's sheep are kept in a paddock behind the stately-looking house.