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Synonyms for Leicester

a largely agricultural county in central England

an industrial city in Leicestershire in central England

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Classes at the progeny show, which includes Blue-faced Leicesters and North of England Mules, have been well supported.
It is next to 1,000 acres of common land where they run Welsh ewes crossed with blue-faced Leicesters while speckled-faced ewes are kept on the holding.
As well as the suckler herd, the land carries 250 Swaledale ewes and a small flock of Blue-faced Leicesters. North of England Mule gimmers are sold for breeding, while wethers are finished at home.
Blue-Faced Leicesters: Ram Lamb - 1 t L Forster and Son, Reserve Champion; 2 A G and D Bisset; 3 H N Swallow.