Kōrero: Agricultural and horticultural research

Perendale sheep

Perendale sheep

The first Perendales were bred by Geoffrey Peren at Massey University in 1956. The Perendale has proved as successful on dry hill country as on fertile plains, and is gradually replacing traditional breeds in parts of the high country. It has excellent fertility, easy-care lambing, good mothering and lamb survival. The lambs produce a lean, heavyweight carcass ideal for the chilled meat trade. Geoffrey Peren is shown here with some of the first Perendale sheep.

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Massey University

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Ross Galbreath, 'Agricultural and horticultural research - Advances in soil and animal science', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/mi/photograph/19679/perendale-sheep (accessed 23 September 2020)

He kōrero nā Ross Galbreath, i tāngia i te 24 Nov 2008