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2 edition of Papers of the Dishley Sheep Society, Leicester 1790-1798. found in the catalog.

Papers of the Dishley Sheep Society, Leicester 1790-1798.

University of Nottingham. Department of Manuscripts and Special Collections.

Papers of the Dishley Sheep Society, Leicester 1790-1798.

by University of Nottingham. Department of Manuscripts and Special Collections.

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Published by University of Nottingham Library, Dept. of Manuscripts and Special Collections .
Written in English

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  • Dishley Sheep Society.

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    The East Midlands is one of nine official regions of England at the first level of NUTS for statistical purposes. It consists of Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire (except North and North East Lincolnshire), Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire and region has an area of 15, km 2 (6, sq mi), with a population over million in Constituent country: England. Notes On Leicestershire Inquisitions Post Mortem: A Contribution to the Transactions of the Leicestershire Architectural and Archaeological Society [William George Dimock Fletcher] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages.

    Robert Bakewell (23 May – 1 October ) was a British agriculturalist, now recognized as one of the most important figures in the British Agricultural addition to work in agronomy, Bakewell is particularly notable as the first to implement systematic selective breeding of advancements not only led to specific improvements in sheep, cattle and horses, but.   Alan Cheese, who sadly died on 24 th July, was one of the small and now diminishing band of enthusiasts who played a part in reviving the fortunes of the Longhorn breed and Breed Society which had reached a very low ebb by Alan had a lifelong appetite for history and, in particular, the history of British livestock breeding. In the late 's Alan was curator of the Staffordshire County.

    Irish Charollais Sheep Society Chairman Edward Buckley from Macroom, Co Cork, was present for the presentation of the awards. The breed originated in the Saone et Loire district of France.   On a Welsh borders farm. Hereford cattle Originating in Here-fordshire in the s-Queen Victoria was the first patron of the breed society-the red cow with a white face is now found in more than 50 countries (). Shropshire sheep Boasts the oldest flock-book society in the UK and is a great rare-breeds success story, saved from extinction by its talent for grazing .


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Papers of the Dishley Sheep Society, Leicester 1790-1798 by University of Nottingham. Department of Manuscripts and Special Collections. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Incomplete series of the Society's minutes (), recording its resolutions, form the basis of this small collection of papers. There is also a financial account, ofbelonging to Nathaniel Stubbins and a printed catalogue of livestock to be sold by Thomas Paget, November There will be a card grading event, talks, knitting, weaving and felting competitons featuring Leicester Longwool wool.

It is the largest such festival in the world. The New Dishley Society has sent a display on Robert Bakewell and his work in support of the Festival, and English breeders will be there too.

Dishley-cum-Thorpe Acre,a parish in Leicestershire, adjacent to the river Soar and the M.R., 1¼ mile NW of Loughborough, which is the railway station. Post town Leicester 1790-1798.

book money order and telegraph of Dishley, Leicestershire - genealogy heraldry and history. Sheep Le brebis commune (title on object), sheep, Barent de Bakker (mentioned on object), -paper, engraving, h mm × w mm, Reimagined by Gibon, design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light rays radiance.

Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. To Robert Bakewell was an 18th century English Leicestershire (Midlands) farmer. His estate was called “Dishley Grange”.

Between and he worked extensively to improve a number of breeds of sheep, horses and cattle. The Record Office for Leicestershire, Leicester & Rutland (See above) holds copies of the following local papers: Leicester Journal - Leicester Herald - - Leicester Chronicle - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester(shire) Advertiser to date Leicester Guardian - - Midland Free Press - Open: Monday-TuesdayWednesdayThursday ; Saturday Closed: Fridays, bank holidays and closed first week in October (please check website for exact dates) Member of CARN scheme.

Wheelchair access. Readers ticket required. ARCHON code: If you are an archivist or custodian of this archive you can use the. Border Leicester was ‘the predominant fat lamb sire until ’.

The oldest flock in the current NZSBA flock book is “Abbo” of Gregory’s; flock number 51 registered first in The flock is now down to 25 ewes. According to “Sheep Production Volume 1: Breeding and Reproduction” edited by G A Wickham and M F McDonald. up until the s most beef cattle in the US were purebreds.

In the late s, consumers started demanding lean, corn-fed beef. Corn was cheap and the beef industry. Discover artworks, explore venues and meet artists. Art UK is the online home for every public collection in the UK.

Featuring overoil paintings by s artists. Papers of the Dishley Sheep Society, Leicestershire, (catalogue record) Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London, (Special Collection Oversize Periodicals) Food production. Related to agriculture and farming are our very small collection.

He established the Dishley Society to maintain the purity of the New Leicester breed, but after his death taste in meat changed and the New Leicester consequently died out.

Newer breeds retain a. Leicester Longwool sheep date back to the s, and were found in the Midland counties of England. It was developed by Robert Bakewell, who was the foremost exponent of modern animal-breeding techniques in the selection of livestock.

The Leicester Longwool in the. One of the challenges faced by the agricultural industry was to provide more and better food to the growing population. Robert Bakewell farmed with sheep and cattle in Dishley in the Leicester district.

He realised that meat production would be sufficient only if the. About this Item: Leicester University Press, Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Included.

Volume 5 Only. pages. Very clean hardback with a slightly marked dust jacket (small coffee type splash mark on dust jacket spine). Records of the Borough of Leicester: Volume V, Hall Books and Papers Seller Inventory # (A) Robert Bakewell's barrel-shaped New Leicester (Dishley) ram, created through inbreeding on his farm at Dishley, Leicestershire.

Vintage engraved illustration, Trousset Encyclopaedia (–). Genealogies were often mentioned when Leicester flocks were advertised for sale, some notices going to inordinate lengths to demonstrate the animals' descent from flocks of one or other of the charmed circle of Dishley Society members: "The ewes were purchased at James Moore's, Chadshunt, by sheep bred by Mr.

Buckley, and he has since that time Cited by: 2. Papers of the Dishley Sheep Society, Leicestershire, Papers of the Drury-Lowe family of Locko Park, Spondon, Derbyshire, late 12th century Papers of the East Midlands Group of the Council for British Archaeology, Leicestershire.

The following pages include Domesday place-names and landowners, and beneath some are links to websites containing the local history of that place. Robert Bakewell () of Dishley Grange was the pioneer of livestock improvement in England in the 18th century.

He is best remembered for developing the New Leicester sheep. Bakewell also worked with Longhorn cattle, which fairly soon were eclipsed by the Shorthorn. Longhorns, however, still have their adherents, and the author of this book and her husband breed Longhorns on their farm in Cited by: 2.

Development of composite sheep breeds in the world: A review. Many of these are breeds registered in Herd Books estab- Southdown, Leicester Longwool, Dishley Merino, Greece France ().The First Two Country Meetings of the Royal Agricultural Society: Oxford, ; Cambridge, {With Two Plates) By Ernest Clarke, M.A., F.S.A.

Willows and their Cultivation By Edmund J, Baillie, F.L.S. Advantages in Agricultural Production By William E. Bear. IV Contents of Volume V.

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