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Sheep Farming!. Starting : Celina Egger, Kerstin Berena and Theresa Hillebrand. Keeping Sheep!. Common sheep kept in Austria!. Here we have a “Kärntner Brillenschaf”. They are known for the dark fur around their eyes, which looks like glasses.

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Starting celina egger kerstin berena and theresa hillebrand

Sheep Farming!

Starting: Celina Egger, KerstinBerena and Theresa Hillebrand


Keeping sheep

Keeping Sheep!

Common sheep kept in Austria!

Here we have a “Kärntner Brillenschaf”. They are known for the dark fur around their eyes, which looks like glasses.

This is the “Heidschnucke”. They are famous for their curled-in horns. Like this one here.

Last but not least here is a “Ungarisches Zackelschaf”. Which is famous for his twisted horns and long wool.

Over here we have a “Tiroler Bergschaf”. These are most likely NORMAL sheep. They live in the mountains.


Why are sheep easy to keep

Why are sheep easy to keep?

  • They tend to flock, that means they stay as a group even if something scares them and they run away. They do that without someone telling them to.

  • They have a nice size. They are not too big like a cow, but small.

  • They have good wool.

  • They are good compact animals.

  • Has good meat.

  • Also gives you milk.

  • Manure for fields.


How many sheep are kept in which country

How many sheep are kept in which country:


How many are kept in austria where are they kept why

How many are kept in Austria? Where are they kept? Why?

  • There are 300 000 sheep kept in Austria.

  • They are kept in many different places. A lot of sheep live in Hungary, Netherlands, Austria, Great Britain or for instance China.

  • They are kept in Austria because there is a lot of mountains and land. They are “Wiederkäuer”, which means they eat grass and throw it up again. That means they need a lot of grass.


Which products do we obtain from sheep in austria

Which products do we obtain from sheep in Austria?


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Sheep products

Lamb chob

Wool

Milk products

Leather

Lamb roast

Sheep Salami

Lanolin


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ool

Wool is the sheep‘s fur. 75% of all the wool comes from the Merino sheep.

Sheep genetics are used to get more sheep & wool.

These genetics are helpful for getting wool and for getting more meat.

Wool isn’t used that often anymore because the production is very Hard and expensive and the keeping wool is hard too. Wool yarn is often used with other materials.

The Merino sheep


Lanolin

Lanolin

Lanolin is a yellow substance which is secreted by sheep. You can find it in the wool. Lanolin is also called wool wax, wool fat or wool grease.

Baby lotions, lip balm and wound cream contain lanolin.

To produce vitamin D3 you have to use lanolin as a raw substance.

Lanolin


What is made of wool

What is made of wool?

Wool isn’t used that often anymore because the production is very Hard and expensive and the keeping wool is hard too. Wool yarn is often used with other materials.

Wool fabric used for:

  • all kinds of clothes

  • couch covers

  • bedspreads

  • toilet covers

  • table cloths

  • line boxes

  • shelving

  • blankets

  • In the past wool was used for:

  • Greek soldiers used wool to make their helmets feel softer

  • Villagers used wool to make all kinds of clothes and bags for travelling

Wool clothes


Good bye

Good bye!

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