Definition of Dorset Horn in English:

Dorset Horn

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A sheep of a breed with a white face and horns on both the ewe and the ram.
More example sentences
  • Imported to Australia in 1895, the Dorset Horn is one of the oldest and purest breeds to come from England.
  • We introduced Dorset Horns to France in 2004 and make both available to breeders in Europe.
  • The Poll Dorset was developed from the Dorset Horn and has all the same characteristics, merely without the horns.

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