Cotswold sheep, named after the Cotswold hills of southwestern England where they had become established by the 1500s, are "gentle giants" believed to have descended from long-wool sheep brought to Britain by the Romans. The breed was introduced in the United States in 1831 and had become the country's most popular domestic sheep by the time Cushing & White began making vanes.
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