a city in central England, on the Soar River; population 294,900 (est. 2009).
a kind of mild, firm cheese, typically orange-colored and originally made in Leicestershire.
Grate some Cheddar and some Red Leicester to provide a nice change.
a sheep of a breed often crossed with other breeds to produce lambs for the meat industry.
The first Border Leicesters were introduced into Otago from Scotland by the New Zealand and Australian Land Co. in 1859.
a sheep of a breed similar to the Border Leicester, but with finer wool and a darker face.
This sheep produces a brilliant big Mule lamb, a cross with a Blue-faced Leicester .