Herdwick ewes photographic print taken in the Lake District
Herdwick sheep roam free across the Lakeland Fells and one way farmers have of ensuring that each ewe has bred successfully is to use a raddle so that the Tup marks the ewe with a coloured dye. These sheep had however encountered the tup, or different ones, on several occasions and were rather exotically coloured as a result.
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