Clun Forest is a remote, rural area of open pastures and mixed Deciduous means temporary or tending to fall off (deriving from the Latin word decidere, to fall off). Deciduous plants, principally trees and shrubs, are those that lose their foliage for part of the year. In most cases, the foliage loss coincides with the incidence of winter in temperate or polar...
deciduous/ Orders & Families Cordaitales † Pinales Pinaceae - Pine family Araucariaceae - Araucaria family Podocarpaceae - Yellow-wood family Sciadopityaceae - Umbrella-pine family Cupressaceae - Cypress family Cephalotaxaceae - Plum-yew family Taxaceae - Yew family Vojnovskyales † Voltziales † The conifers...
coniferous woodland in the southwest part of the Royal motto: Dieu et mon droit (French: God and my right) Official language None; English is de facto Capital London Capitals coordinates 51° 30 N, 0° 10 W Largest city London Area - Total Ranked 1st UK 130,395 km² Population - Total (2001) - Density Ranked 1st UK...
English county of Shropshire (abbreviated Salop or Salops) is a county in the West Midlands of England, bordering Cheshire, Staffordshire, Worcestershire, Herefordshire, and the Welsh preserved counties of Powys and Clwyd. Shropshire is one of Englands most rural counties. The county town is Shrewsbury, although the new town of Telford is the...
The ancient Offa's Dyke runs through, and the The River Clun is a river in South Shropshire which runs through the small town of Clun, as well as Newcastle upon Clun and other villages in this very rural area. It meets the River Teme at Leintwardine. Categories: UK geography stubs | Rivers in Shropshire ...
River Clun flows through, the area.
Clun is a small town in Shropshire, England, in the district of South Shropshire. The town lies on the River Clun, with a large proportion of the town to the north of the river. The River Unk flows into the River Clun to the west of the town. The population...
Anchor is a small and very remote village in Shropshire, England. It lies only 400m away from the border with Wales. The B4368 road runs through the village on its way from the towns of Clun (in England) to Newtown (in Wales). The point at which the B4368 crosses over...
The ClunForest sheep has a very ancient lineage, for it is descended from one of the oldest types of sheep found in England, a distinction it shares with the other Uplands breeds of the Welsh English border, and also with the sheep of the Welsh mountains.
In the Clun area, the land rose from east to west from 600 to 1250 feet, and until the middle of the 16th century, this was one of the wildest and most desolate regions in England, for it was an area of conflict between the Welsh and the English.
Clun breeders owe a considerable debt to Tony, who coming to Canada in the 1960s, had the experience and foresight to recognize that the ClunForest sheep was very well adapted for use on the grassland farms of North America.
The ClunForest is a breed descending from one of the oldest breeds in England.
The ClunForest can probably credit these breeds for its hardiness; its adaptability to survive on poor forage; and to prosper on good forage; the strong bond that can be seen between the ewes and their offspring; the drive to survive seen in lambs; and the milking capability of the ewes.
ClunForest rams usually weigh from 175 to 225 pounds and the ewes are from 150 to 170 pounds.
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