Targhee

noun Tar·ghee \ˈtär(ˌ)gē\

Definition of Targhee

  1. 1 :  an American breed of sheep developed by intercrossing Lincolns and Rambouillets to produce a hardy range sheep with good mutton conformation and a heavy fleece of moderately fine wool

  2. 2 or targhee plural Targhees or targhees :  a sheep of the Targhee breed

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Origin and Etymology of targhee

from Targhee Pass, southwestern Montana, near Dubois, Idaho, where the breed originated


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