Scottish Blackface Carpets and Meat

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The Scottish Blackface Sheep is one Scottish animal that rarely gets the recognition it deserves. Although it is commonly bred on the British Isles, it’s origins are traced back to the Anglo-Scottish border, and it can also be found around the Glasgow area.

The wool produced from the Blackface is in a league of its own. It has been used for decades to create quality carpets and clothing that feel fine and comfortable.

It is also used for meat across Scotland, including haggis.

The Blackface is an animal that has very little recognition in Scotland, but has been associated with our country for decades.

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