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Sheep shearing, Scottish Borders, UK

Dolphinston Farm, Jedburgh, Scottish Borders, UK. 15th July 2015. A flock of Lleyn sheep being clipped on a summers day in the Scottish Borders on Dolphinston Farm. Lleyn sheep are a breed of sheep from the Llŷn peninsula ('Lleyn'), in Gwynedd, north-west Wales. They are bred for prolificacy, good mothering, quiet in nature, high milk yield and excellent for white wool. They are suited to both upland and lowland grazing and the breed is raised primarily for meat.

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Dolphinston Farm, Jedburgh, Scottish Borders, UK. 15th July 2015. A flock of Lleyn sheep being clipped on a summers day in the Scottish Borders on Dolphinston Farm. Lleyn sheep are a breed of sheep from the Llŷn peninsula ('Lleyn'), in Gwynedd, north-west Wales. They are bred for prolificacy, good mothering, quiet in nature, high milk yield and excellent for white wool. They are suited to both upland and lowland grazing and the breed is raised primarily for meat.