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Breeding of sheep by Wonoka Wiltshire Horn

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Wonoka Wiltshire Horn  is a breeder of Wiltipoll sheep and Wiltshire Horn Sheep. Wonoka Wiltshire Horn is located in South Australia. The first Wiltshire Horn Sheep stud in South Australia was found in 1994. Wiltshire Horn Sheep initially came into Australia from UK in 1952.

Bara-Simbil, Wiltshire Horn Sheep was founded by Leo Hardwood in 1970. Bara- Simbil actually formed the foundation of the Wiltshire Horn breed. The Wonoka Wiltshire Horn used by Wiltshire Horn Sheep exists only in Australia. There are numerous selection criteria that are undertaken by the breeders of Wiltshire Horn Sheep. One of the criteria of Wonoka Wiltshire Horn in selecting the Wiltshire Horn Sheep is that the sheep must fully shed its fleece annually.

The Wiltshire Horn Sheep of Wonoka Wiltshire Horn are hardy meat sheep with prehistoric heritage. The Wiltshire Horn Sheep of Wonoka Wiltshire Horn includes traits such as high quality meat production, ability to shed its wool through reducing the requirement for crutching, shearing and controversial mulesing. The Wiltshire Horn Sheep of Wonoka Wiltshire Horn also comprises of high fertility, good mothering, large frames often with long bodies, ability to do reasonably well in poor conditions, horns in both rams and ewes.

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