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Eddie and Sue Mc (pronounced like "Mac") live in the North of England. Eddie's sharing of knowledge about the drove roads, the Fell pony, the Hebridean and Herdwick sheep breeds, and working Beardies is almost like reading an encyclopedia.

Eddie was gracious to put forth some writings shared below:

"As of Spring, 2011, three Beardies reside on our property helping with the management of our flock of sheep, and to assist in the many tasks required when working with cattle.

While taking our photos, we concentrated mostly on 'working' pictures. I hope my commentary will help the viewer understand the action taking place, or what task was being undertaken. Our working section includes seeing how our dogs work singularly, and together, on sheep and cattle.

We have a small flock of pedigree Hebridean sheep (formerly known as St. Kilda) and a flock of Herdwick sheep from Cumberland, Cumbria."

 

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