Author(s): Jack Byard
For each breed he dedicates two pages, the left being a full page high-quality picture and the right giving a brief but comprehensive description of the appearance, history and uses of each sheep. Only the size of a postcard, the book fits perfectly into a rucksack or pocket so is ideal for the interested rambler who is keen to discover more about the flock fleeing from him at the time. It's GBP4.99 price is pitched at impulse buyers.Clear colour photographs taken of sheep 'straight from the field' illustrate the immense diversity within this species.
1. Beulah Speckled Face2. Blackface3. Black Welsh Mountain4. Bluefaced Leicester5. Border Leicester6. Cheviot7. Clun Forest8. Dalesbred9. Dartmoor10. Derbyshire Gritstone11. Devon Closewool12. Devon and Cornwall Longwool13. Dorset Down14. Dorset Horn and Poll Dorset15. Exmoor Horn16. Hampshire Down17. Herdwick18. Jacob19. Kerry Hill20. Leicester Longwool21. Lincoln Longwool22. Llanwenog23. Lleyn24. Lonk25. Masham26. North Country Cheviot27. Oxford Down28. Hill Radnor29. Romney30. Rough Fell31. Ryeland32. Shetland33. Shropshire34. Southdown35. Suffolk36. Swaledale37. Teeswater38. Welsh Mountain Badger Face Torddu39. Welsh Mountain Badger Face Torwen40. Wensleydale41. Whiteface Dartmoor