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|KOB TV News Story
Albuquerque Journal News Story
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
New Mexico State Historian Dr. Rick Hendricks, page 62
|CHECK OUT THE FOLLOWING:
*TV news stories
*An article by New Mexico State Historian,
Dr. Rick Hendricks, who published an
Heirloom article in Edible Magazine on the
history and future of two hardy Heritage
Breeds of NM Livestock with great potential
as a future food source using desert New
Mexico lands not suitable for current
markets of cattle and sheep which are not
as hardy; see page 62. One of those hardy
Heritage breeds is the New Mexico Dahl
Sheep, the foundation herd which is based
in Belen, NM!
Depending on your browser, below the links,
some videos are available.
In the second video, the Bernalillo County officials host a ribbon
cutting for a small herd of
New Mexico Dahl Sheep at the Hubbell-Gutierrez House
PLEASE NOTE United Horned Hair Sheep Association, Inc, does
NOT endorse any ads which may/may not appear before or after the
video. The TV Station placed the ads within the video..
Don't forget to click on the NM Dahl House Memorial Link Button to view
the NM Dahl being recognized by the State of New Mexico as well as a