How the West was Won (with Smaller, Tougher Sheep)

 

By John Wilkes, The Sheep Site

In parts of the western United States, rangeland stocking rates are as low as one sheep to every 10 acres. Sheep need to be tough to survive in this harsh, unforgiving country where the weather, predators and sparse forage mean only the most sturdy survive, writes John Wilkes.

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