When hobby farmer Linda Gleeson saw the unusual
colourings of her ewe's new lamb, she simply thought it was "cute".
But after showing friends who grew up on rural
properties, she was shocked to find that the half-white and half-brown
colouring was quite unique.
"I went out to dinner with some friends who were
both sheep farmers when they were kids. And I showed them the picture and one
got really excited and sent it away to all her brothers who are still sheep
farmers on big farms around NSW," she said.
It's all in the genes. The lamb is a crossbreed; her mother is a dorper and her father is a
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