History of Navajo-Churro Sheep



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Navajo-Churro Sheep Association:: Preserves and promotes this unique, truely American breed of sheep.

Union Valley Navajo-Churro Sheep:: Breeder of rare Navajo-Churro sheep known for their wool (Navajo weaving), unusual four horns, tasty meat, and easy-keeping.

Triple Seven Livestock-Navajo-Churro Sheep:: Navajo-Churro and Jacob Sheep; fleece, animals and information. Located in Bear River, Wyoming.

Bide a Wee Navajo-Churro Sheep:: Informative page about Navajo-Churro Sheep from a farm specializing in this breed. Located in Chehalem Valley, southwest of Portland, Oregon.

Navajo Tractor and Trailer Sales:: Massey Ferguson dealership with locations in Kirtland and Gallup.

Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (NAPI):: We produce premier Navajo Pride brand agricultural products, guaranteed to be of the highest quality on the market today. We are located in the heart of the Four Corners region near Farmington, New Mexico, and are operating one of the largest tracts of contiguous farmland in the nation. Our agribusiness features state-of-the-art farming technology including a multimillion dollar water irrigation management system. NAPI produces the finest and

History of Sericulture:: Article by Dr. Ron Cherry, originally featured in the Cultural Entomology Digest.

History of Hydroponics:: Article following the history of growing plants without soil from the hanging gardens of Babylon in 600 BC to the present day.

A Brief History of Cucumbers:: Brief account of the cultivated plant and its introduction to the Americas.

History of Farming:: Illustrated overview of the origins and development of agriculture, with bibiliography, notes from early cultures, and pictures of early farm implements and tractors.

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