The Drysdale was bred from Romney sheep by selecting animals that grew coarse wool. Romneys’ dense, even wool cover creates a thatch, protecting the fleece from weather, dirt and vegetation, but the Drysdale’s fleece is rougher and more open. Drysdale rams have horns, while Romney rams have none.
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