The Hampshire or Hampshire Down is a breed of sheep which originated around 1829 from a cross of Southdowns with the Old Hampshire breed, the Wiltshire Horn, and the Berkshire Nott, all horned, white-faced sheep — these were native to the open, untilled, hilly stretch of land known as the Hampshire Downs.
The Southdown is a small, dual-purpose British sheep, raised primarily for meat. The Southdown breed was originally bred by John Ellman of Glynde, near Lewes, East Sussex, about 200 years ago. It was exported to New Zealand and was used in the breeding of the Canterbury lamb. This sheep was involved with crossbreeding to develop other breeds: with existing stock, the Hampshire, via the Hampshire, the Oxford Down. with the Norfolk Horn, the Suffolk.
What to pack for London! #Travel #TravelPacking #London My daughter and I are taking off in a couple of weeks to head over to London and the Hampshire countryside. Since it has been forever and a day since I have traveled internationally, I feel I need to reeducate myself on how to prepare and properly pack for an overseas trip. I thought I…
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