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flock

1. a group of one species of animal or bird which eats or travels or is kept together, e.g. flock of sheep, of wild geese.
2. wool or cotton particles or debris used as stuffing or packing.

flock ewe
not a stud ewe; a ewe kept for breeding or wool production.
flock ram
a ram mated to flock ewes.
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Entries for the sale are again up on previous years with in excess of 2,500 yearling ewes catalogued, 600 flock ewes, 1,200 store and ewe lambs with a record entry of 130 breeding rams.
First quality yearling ewes sold for between pounds 70 and pounds 80, and a firm demand for flock ewes saw Suffolk cross two- year-olds from TE Biddle, St Briavels, selling to pounds 68.
There are a further 200 pure Beltex ewes, many of which were imported as yearling or ewe lambs along with a number of flock ewes for re-stocking.