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Ryelands are the smalholders dream.

The Ryeland is an easily managed dual purpose native breed sheep, used as a terminal sire, suitable for crossing in commercial flocks, and an ideal breed for the smallholder. Pure bred lambs have vigorous growth, reaching 50kg in six months on grass alone.

They are very friendly, the rams are easy to handle and the ewes are superb Mums. They stay in the field you put them in and so much more.

JacktheLad Ryeland
Babies First Day Out 2012
 

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our show lambs for the
2011 season - May, 2011
Roston PascalĀ     
 
Group of shearling ewes taken
in May 2011 - ready for Stafford County Show 2011.
Nova is centre, front row
 
Two of our shearling ewes
May 2011
 

 

   
 

Here we have a few pictures which we took at local county shows, Stafford & Cheshire and Burwarton ,
together with a few more taken over the year

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