Adapting the ewe breeding policy is resulting in lambs with higher slaughter weights at a Welsh upland farm. Paul and Dwynwen Williams had run a flock of North Wales-type Welsh Mountain ewes at Cae Haidd, a 125ha beef and sheep farm in the Snowdonia National Park. See also: Welsh abattoir closes due to lack of lamb However, with a weakening market for small lambs, they switched to a Penderyn-type Welsh Mountain breed. They say the Penderyn not only provides additional length and […]