Romney Marsh

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Romney Marsh

English longwool-type meat sheep; polled, 33 micron wool, prized as fat lamb mother, used extensively in development of carpetwool breeds. Called also Kent Marsh.

Romney Marsh disease
see struck.
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The accident happened on the A259, near the village of Brookland, on the Romney Marshes, Kent, last night.
Originating in the Romney Marshes of England, they were called, appropriately, Romney Marsh sheep.
4-acre patch of shingle lies sandwiched between a nuclear power station and a military firing range on the Romney Marshes in Kent.