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Perendalernwas developed in New Zealand during the 1950's at Massey University to meet thernneeds of hill country farmers on developing country. It is still a very popularrnbreed in New Zealand. Developed from the Cheviot and Romney, Perendale sheeprnare a dual-purpose sheep producing a 28-32 micron wool with a 125 mm (5 in)rnstaple length.

rnPerendale sheep are very fertile and have great potential to produce a primernlamb dam when crossed with a Merino. As a purebred, their hardiness makes themrnideally suited to colder, high rainfall areas. Perendales are easy to care for;rnthe ewes have little trouble lambing and are good mothers. Triplets are rare. However,rnthey are very active and independent sheep.

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