Are sheep farms for wool or for meat?



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    Sheep are multi-purpose animals, raised for meat, milk, and wool. They are also valued for their skins and hides.

    In United States farms, most sheep and lambs are meat-type animals kept primarily for the production of lambs for meat or dua- purpose breeds kept for both meat and wool production.

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