Corriedale

Corriedale

[kawr-ee-deyl, kor-]
noun
one of a breed of sheep raised originally in New Zealand and noted for their high-quality wool and good market lambs.

Origin:
1900–05; after an estate near Otago Harbor, New Zealand, where the breed was developed

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Corriedale (ˈkɒrɪˌdeɪl)
 
n
a breed of sheep reared for both wool and meat, originally developed in New Zealand and Australia

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