Inbreeding In The United States

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It is believed that sheep evolved in the dry, mountainous areas of Southwest and Central Asia around 8,000-10,000 years ago. The fibers, milk, hide, and meat provided by sheep continue to prove just how essential the animal is to both temperate and tropical agriculture. They are also very important to the United States because we have bred them for three major purposes: the production of very fine wool for clothing, the production of long wool for heavy clothing and finally for the production of mutton and lamb. Sheep have been bred to produce these three major necessities in such a short time that we don't consider the genetic downfalls, such as inbreeding. If that were the case, inbreeding would keep producing all of these major productions
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