The (Sheep) Faces of France – Adieu

It is time to say farewell to another wonderful wool sheep adventure. We learned so much about French and other sheep breeds during the 8th World Congress on Coloured Sheep and the post-Congress tour.

I feel the best way to wrap this up is to share the faces of these sheep. After all, that’s what it’s all been about: learning about programs to save endangered or rare breeds, getting a better understanding of sheep color genetics, meeting people who are working so hard to increase the value of the wool of these sheep, learning how sheep can truly benefit the local environment and economy.

We saw sheep resting….

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Eating….

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Communicating….

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Working….

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And just being the truly amazing creatures they are.

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Adieu mouton.

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  1. Thank you Jackie and Dona for sharing your beautiful adventures. I enjoyed it all!


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