FRIDAY’S TRIVIA ANSWER: One of the vital putting images of the cattle on the Heritage Breeds postal stamps is that of the Barbados Blackbelly sheep. The sunshine- and dark-brown sheep, going through the digicam straight on, appears like he is an old school esquire dressed for a proper ceremonial dinner and dance, a dandy sporting an extended, fluffy scarf. This noble-looking animal was delivered to the U.S. in 1904 and as soon as was vital on farms. Now, there are solely about 400 purebreds left, however lots of of 1000’s of descendants which have been crossed with home sheep right into a separate breed known as the American Blackbelly.
TODAY’S TRIVIA QUESTION: What a humorous wanting ____ the Narragansett Turkey pictured on the Heritage Breeds stamps has!
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