The Easy Care Sheep Society

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The Easy Care Sheep Society

 

Easy Care lambs in a sheep pen

 Easy Care is a revolutionary breed of sheep which requires minimal shepherding and veterinary care, sheds its wool in the summer, does not need shearing and yet offers excellent meat yields and lambing ratios. The breed is now well established in Britain and abroad and is proving extremely popular and successful with breeders in today's farming environment. The Easy Care Sheep Society was formed to promote this wonderful breed and to ensure it's continued development.

 

 

Latest News

  • Spring 2015 Newsletter

    Spring 2015 Newsletter

    This will probably be my last letter as your secretary.  I have had a lot of head scratching and a lot of pleasure writing them over the past 12 years.  I have certainly learnet to appreciate the work of those who churn articles out to various publications on a regular basis.

     

     

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  • Winter 2014 Newsletter

    Winter 2014 Newsletter

    We are the most rapidly increasing breed in the UK – and that’s official in the recent E.B.L.E.X report on the state of British sheep breeds based on a survey of over 10,000 sheep farmers and published roughly every 10 years.  The ‘Easy Care’ have risen from 13,000 in 2003 when the society was formed to 119,000 in 2013 and increase of over 80% annually.  I’m sure if all the grading up numbers were shown it would be significantly more – Congratulations!

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  • Eblex survey

    Eblex survey

    Easy Care sheep climb the league table
     
    The Easy Care Sheep society report another very successful year with a substantial increase in membership and an almost total clearance at the five society breed sales with a healthy increase in prices.
     
     

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  • Daily post article - Barony College

    Daily post article - Barony College

    A flock of Easy Care sheep have been sold because they lived up to their breed name.

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