National Geographic Montenegro May 1970"To the summer pastures: A Montenegrin sheperdess and her son guide their flock to mountain meadows - a journey made each year as spring passes into summer. Autumn's first cool breezes will bring them to their valley again, completing another seasonal cycle in this remote fastness."
Icelandic Sheep Breeders of North America - Colored fleeces usually have more flaws in their fleeces. Many will have a roo line which is a throw back to the natural shedding trait. The roo line will look twisted as the hormone that causes shedding or rooing causes the skin of the sheep to itch. The sheep are uncomfortable and rub on fences and posts.