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The Wensleydale is a very large longwool sheep, described by the British Meat and Livestock Commission as "probably the heaviest of all our indigenous breeds." It is a visually striking sheep, having a bold and alert carriage accentuated by its broad, level back and heavy muscling in the hindquarters. White Wensleydales possess a distinctive deep blue head and ears, which should be clean except for a well-developed forelock of wool. Colored Wensleydales are seen from darkest black to palest silver with many shades and patterns in between.
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