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shearling

[shir′ling]
a sheepskin placed on a bed to help prevent pressure ulcers.
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20 Shearlings were forward for the show and they made their awards as follows.
A RUN of 50 Blue Face Leicester shearling rams averaged PS1,120 for Abergele farmer Dewi Williams at this week's NSA Wales & Border ram sale in Builth Wells.
A shearling ram was bred by Mr and Mrs Arthur and Rosemarie Wrayford, Wotton Flock.
Beginning today, clients at the NYC store may book an appointment with a BLK DNM custom leather specialist to review color stories in newly available leathers and shearlings from France, Italy, Spain and Turkey.
Champion ram was a homebred Bronallt shearling from AW Davies, Morfa Nefyn, which topped the sale at 8,100gns when selling to joint purchasers DW & CF Morris, Carmarthen and HM Wells, Ceredigion.
In fact, at one time, the name Searle was synonymous with shearling.
Class 2 Pen of 10 Mule Shearlings 1st PS145 C Bell, The Pry.
Allanshaws Nivara, bought at the Lockerbie breed sale last year, stood victor over the Llyn leader, a homebred shearling ewe from Wynne Davies, Morfa Nefyn.
His winning homebred shearling ewe later sold for a centre female record of pounds 500.
Bidding peaked at 7,400 guineas for the consignment of eight shearlings from Messrs RJ Roberts & Son, of Dysefin, Llanegryn, having also received a respectable 6,200 to average 3,937 guineas.
Breeding Sheep - Mule Shearlings PS128 PS120 PS115x2 E Davison.
The champion pen of shearlings from Lynda Jenkinson, Kirkby Stephen, went for PS190/head, while the champion ewes, from AW Hughes, fetched PS140.