A long-coated sheep of a hardy breed developed in upland areas of northern Britain, with black legs and muzzle.
- Meanwhile, an egg was harvested from another ewe (a Scottish Blackface) and its nucleus was extracted using a pipette.
- There are dozens of sheep breeds in this country, and no one who has worked both will ever again mistake a Suffolk for a Scottish Blackface.
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