'Black Faced Ram', mid 19th century.
'Black Faced Ram', mid 19th century. The Black-faced or Heath sheep was a hardy breed with good wool and well flavoured meat. It was used in mountainous areas from Lancashire in the south to Fort William in Scotland in the north. In the 19th century there were three large sheep fairs for the breed: Stagshaw Bank in Northumberland, Brough in Westmorland and Linton in Scotland. From "Naturalist's Library", edited by William Jardine. (Edinburgh, 1833-1845).
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