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Google Book Search helps readers discover the world's books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. — Condition op the Shebp Industry West of the Mississippi Ri AISR. The Sheep Industry in Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, Mis- souri, and Kansas 811 IV. And now that we know that these animals were systematically bred and selected many centuries ago, there is nothing surprising in the great amount of change which they have undergone.* These animals all furnished wool for clotliing, some of it of the finest quality, and the llama was osefl as a beast of burden.
Saxony Merino raui 228 Electoral Escnrial ram 23^ Electoral Escurial ewe 230 bifantado Negretti ram 230 Merino ram, Sweepstakcw 262 Rambouilletramof 1787 268 Hamhouillet ram of 1873 268 Horned Dorset 280 Merino ram, Consul •• 284 Merino ram,6olden Kle repprti refe^fbg to the sheep industry in the sec- tion west of the Mississippi River will be found much new and extremely interesting matter in regard to the management, the present condition, and the prospects of this branch of the animal industry in that great region. is familia^'tcf i^l Qi^^tpdtaiisiaial'ibr tlraders of Canada.I have eaten of these beasts; their flesh is very tender and delicious.The other sort of sheep, some of which are white and others black, differ less from ours.An extract from Venega's " History of California'' follows closely the description given by Father Piccolo: In California are two species of wild creatures for hunting, which are not knowir in old or new Spain.The first is that which the Califomians, in the Mouqui tongm. It is about the bigness of a calf a year and a half old, and greatly re- sembles it in figure, except in its head, which resembles a deer, and the horns yery thick, like those of a ram; its hoof large, round, and cloven, Uke that of an ox; it.^ skin is spotted like the deer, but the hair thinner, and it has a short tail.
The flesh is very palatable, and, to most tastes, exquisite.