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Wiltshire Horn sheep from Wonoka Wiltshire Horn

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Sheep traits, offered by Wiltshire Horn Sheep of Wonoka Wiltshire Horn , are well suited for various enterprises. The Wiltshire Horn sheep from Wonoka Wiltshire Horn are popular among small farmers and breeders. The Wiltshire Horn Sheep used by Wonoka Wiltshire Horn are demanded for commercial use across Australia. The rams are used as a ‘terminal sire’ which is crossed with merino ewes in order to produce lambs. Some farmers also make use of this in order to produce lambs for their personal use.

The Wiltshire Horn Sheep used by Wonoka Wiltshire Horn are old breed and genetically distinct. The Wiltshire Horn Sheep of Wonoka Wiltshire Horn can be used to maintain the grass down naturally between trees, without influencing the organic status of the farm and simultaneously manufacture organic lamb. The breeders of Wiltshire are also part of LambPlan that helps to specify the genetic attributes of their animals.

If the breeder runs a terminal lamb operation then one must be interested in rams that have genes for good muscling, fast growth, and low fat. If the breeder aims at producing Wiltshire cross ewes for a self-replacing flock then one has to look into the genetics of maternal performance, ease of lambing, worm resistance, fertility and of shedding.

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