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Texel

a Dutch marsh type of long-woolled, polled, meat sheep.
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Texel meat sheep. By permission from Sambraus HH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992
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Lambs per head: Texel PS72 Mains of Struie; Cont PS72 Newmains; Texel PS71 and PS70.
9ppkg for an outstanding pen of five Beltex / Texel lambs from William Hall which were purchased for Hugh Thompson, Butcher, Bellingham.
The Ferry will have a continuous operation between the port of Den Helder, at the north of The Netherlands, and the island of Texel, with very intensive transit of passengers and vehicles
He was the first Welsh flockmaster to practice cervical AI on his own sheep and, in 1993, ram lambs from his Texel flock were first in the UK to be CT scanned.
She spent pounds 1,200 on the single-camera system to make sure lambing goes smoothly for her flock of 150 pedigree Texel ewes at Beidiog Isa, Llansannan, Denbigh.
Despite the sheep suffering three tough months in quarantine, Nigel put Ballynadrenta Texels on the road to success by taking the 1984 breed reserve championship at the Royal Ulster Agicultural Show.
Wallace says he felt a good deal of satisfaction when some of the Texels were sold recently for breeding stock during the MARC's annual sheep sale.
Feeding ewes sold to PS69 for a pen of Texels from Roseberry Estate, South Queensferry.
Beltex 213p, 196p Stanton, 202p, 200p, 195p Matfen Home Farm, 202p, 193p Chevington Moor, Texels 194p Follions, 191p Whittle, 190p Matfen, 189p Howick Scar.
Bred and shown by Llion Jones, of Pant Texels, Womaniser was sired by Loosebeare Unique out of a homebred ewe.
But the arrival of the Blue Texels has not just helped Iwan, they've proved to be a welcome addition to the farm as a whole.
There were relatively few Texels in Brazil but farmers were now recognising UK Texels as among the best in the world.