articles about weird-sheep-breeds
One of the UK’s oldest surviving breeds, the Norfolk Horn sheep is also among the UK’s rarest breed and was used in the creation of the Suffolk breed. Read all about the breed below.
A multi-purpose breed raised in Central Asia since 1,400 B.C., the Karakul are among the rarest breeds in the world.
One of the UK’s rarest and smallest breeds, with less than 900 breeding ewes remaining, the Boreray tend to reach only 55cms tall. Read all about the breed in this week’s Weird Sheep feature below.
On this week’s Weird sheep feature, we profile the narrow-faced, Welsh Clun Forest sheep.
Known for their distinctive red/brown colour, the German Coburg Fox Sheep were nearly wiped from existence after World War 2.
Did you know that the Castlemilk Moorit sheep are one of the world’s rarest breeds? Read about them below!
The sheep that has dominated the Arab nations, The Awassi is the most common sheep breed in the Middle East.
Weird sheep Breeds: The Zwartbles, which are known for having triplets and their excellent growth rate.
This week we are looking at the sheep native to the Netherlands, the Zwartbles.
On this week’s feature, we focus on the British Milk sheep, which was almost wiped out in 2001.
This week, we profile the St. Croix, which is thought to have descended from African sheep.
On this week’s weird sheep breeds, we are off to Finland, to profile the Finnsheep that is.
This week we are going British, or so we think, and profiling the beautiful Jacob sheep.
This week on Weird Sheep Breeds, we profile Valais Blacknose, a breed with a history rolling back to the 15th century.
This week's weird sheep is an interesting one the Blue Texel!
We profile Bluefaced Leicester, a breed that was developed as a result of Robert’s Bakewell’s selective breeding policy!