Suffolk

Definition

Agriculture

  • noun a breed of sheep developed from crosses between the now extinct Norfolk horn ewes and the Southdown ram. It is a large quick-growing animal with a close short fleece and a black face which has no wool on it. Suffolk crosses perform well under a broad range of farming systems, being equally effective for over-winter storing and for intensive early lamb production.
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