Baa Baa Black White and Slightly Smarter Have You Did We Faced Sheep Wooly Than Rocks Any Wool? Learn This? 100 pt 100 pt 100 pt 100 pt 100 pt 200 pt 200 pt 200pt 200 pt 200 pt 300 pt 300 pt 300 pt 300 pt 300 pt 400 pt 400 pt 400 pt 400 pt 400 pt 500 pt 500 pt 500 pt 500 pt 500 pt This Breed of Sheep has a mild disposition, good carcass qualities, and a white top knot on it’s black head. What is the Hampshire? The most common breed in the U.S. , accounts for 40 % of all purebred sheep, the most popular Buck Breed. What is the Suffolk? Most black faced lambs are born this color, and turn white with age. What is Black or Gray? Black face sheep are know to lack herding instinct, also known as being… What is Gregarious? When classified by their type of wool, most black face breeds are known as _______________ wooled sheep. What is Medium? The largest breed of sheep in the world, has a white face, and long wool. What is the Lincoln? This small adaptable breed is good for very little other than its large number of offspring. What is the Finn Sheep? This breed, noted for good wool and carcasses, was developed by the USDA in 1912 and is especially suited to western range conditions. What is the Columbia? A large meaty white face breed which produces especially white wool. What is the Montadale? In the Blood system of grading wool, grades are based on the percentage of blood of this breed the animal has. What is the Merino? Sheep see you as a _______________ and try to run away from you. What is Predator? When working sheep remember that “Slow is ____________”. What is Fast? Name three of the 6 factors to consider when building a sheep handling facility. What are … Cost, weight and strength of construction, moveable and breakable parts, portability, noise, speed for working? When designing a sheep corral it is important to keep shadows to a minimum. This is because… Sheep will refuse to move through them. If you can get one sheep moving, the others will… What is follow? Dyeability refers to … What is the wool’s ability to take dye. Crutching or tagging refers to… What is shearing of the rear rump area? Dipping or spraying for parasites should be done when in relationship to shearing… What is after? Worsted yarn is… What is hard wearing and good for socks and rugs? Define subjective and objective. Objective- uses concrete facts (Micron Classification system) Subjective- open to interpretation and error (Blood system and Spinning count systems) Three parts of the sheep that are of the greatest economic value… What are the Leg, Loin, and Shoulder? Name of pen where ewes are placed to lamb… What is a lambing jug? Name of the tool we used in class to dock and castrate lambs. What is an Elastrator? Scientific name of the domestic sheep. What is Ovis aries? This occurs every 16 days and last for 3 days. What is Estrus?
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