This week’s Livestock Legend comes from Helen Cole, Langtree Week Farm, Torrington, Devon, who has put forward her Poll Dorset ewe 1652.
This prolific animal was born as a single on 24 November 2008 and since she has arrived she has always given birth to triplets – with five sets to date.
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Commenting on her ewe, Ms Cole says: “She does not look like a show sheep, but then she has had 15 lambs to affect her waistline.”
This picture was taken with two of her lambs, born this spring.
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Maybe it’s a dairy cow that is a particularly efficient producer of milk or a ram that produces lambs with good growth rates.
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