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SHEEP. A wether more than a year old. 4 Car. & Payne, 216; 19 Eng. Com. Law Rep. 331, S. C.

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In contrast to this result, none of the fecal isolates from domestic animals in South Korea and healthy fat-tailed sheep in southeastern of Iran belonged to B2 group (Ghanbarpour and Kiani, 2013; Unno et al., 2009).
Serum Lipid Profile in Iranian Fat-tailed Sheep in Late Pregnancy, at Parturition and During the Post-parturition Period.
Selection in fat-tailed sheep based on two traits of fat-tail and body weight versus single-trait total body weight.
Industrial copper intoxication of Iranian fat-tailed sheep in Kerman province, Iran.
Tests on the possibility of dehairing were conducted with the equipment of Qingdao Yuan Quan Textile Machinery Factory CO., LTD (China) by using wool samples from four breeds of fat-tailed sheep coarse (Kazakh coarse wool sheep - CGC, Saryarkinskaya - SKG, Edilbayevskaya - E, karakul breed - K).
A handful of shepherds, walnut-skinned elderly men wearing thick wool coats and sporting red and white checkered kuffiyehs, watch over flocks of fat-tailed sheep. Little else stirs.
Top: He checks on a fat-tailed sheep. The citrus orchard (in the background) is being rehabilitated by the military to provide food and work for local people.
Qazi explains that it's impossible to get one of the most important ingredients for authentic Afghan food in the United States-the fat-like lard from indigenous fat-tailed sheep. "I have to use pure vegetable oil," he says.