Return of the Tunis Sheep

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Presented as a gift to George Washington in 1799, the historic Tunis Sheep became the most popular breed in America — until driven to the brink of extinction by the Civil War. Welcome to Bend in the Creek Farm, where former Bucknell University President Gary Sojka and his wife Sandy are working to help bring back this gentle and rare breed of sheep that can be traced back to biblical times.

 

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