Prince of Wools Charless plan to turn Sandringham into countrys leading organic

He has long cast himself as the black sheep of the family, but it seems Prince Charles may soon be dubbed the Prince of Wools after ambitious plans to turn Sandringham into one of the country’s leading organic sheep farms were revealed to the Telegraph. There are currently around 3,000 sheep roaming the 20,000 acre estate where the royals spend Christmas every year but the future king plans to increase that number to as many… Sources close to the heir to the throne, who has taken over management of the Queen’s private estate in Norfolk from the Duke of Edinburgh, say he is planning to increase the sheep population of Sandringham by five-fold in a bid to boost the farm’s profitability post-Brexit.

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