Montadale

[ mon-tuh-deyl ]
/ ˈmɒn təˌdeɪl /

noun

one of a breed of white-faced, hornless sheep developed in the U.S. by crossing Cheviot rams and Columbia ewes, noted for their meat and heavy fleece.

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Origin of Montadale

1945–50; Monta(na) + -dale, as in Corriedale
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