Teeswater Sheep
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Teeswater are large hornless longwool sheep from Teesdale in the County of Durham, located in Northern England. For almost 200 years they have been bred by farmers in that area. Until the 1920s, the breed was comparatively rare, but now they are to be found in almost every part of the U.K.  

Their wool has fine long-stapled lustrous wool with each lock hanging free with no tendency to matiness. There should be no dark fibers in the fleece, which should be uniform in texture over the whole body. The Teeswater produces a kemp free fleece, a characteristic it passes on.


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