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Sites about the Awassi sheep and for Awassi breeders.
All breeders/farmers raising Barbados Blackbelly sheep are encouraged to submit their url to this category.
There is currently no description created for this category.
Breed of sheep.
Sites about Beltex sheep and for Beltex sheep breeders.
Any clubs, associations, registries, or breeders associated with the Black Welsh Mountain Sheep are welcome to submit their site for review for this category. Please include your location in the format of (the nearest) city, state or province, country.
Black Welsh Mountain Sheep
Open to breeders, organizations, and clubs working with Bluefaced Leicester Sheep. Please include your location as city, state or province, and country.
Pertaining to Bluefaced Leicester Sheep.
Sites about the Blue du maine sheep and for Blue du maine breeders.
Breed of sheep.
Sites about the California Variegated Mutant sheep and for California Variegated Mutant breeders.
All breeders, farmers, and organizations involved with the Charollais breed of sheep are welcome to submit their sites to this category. Please include your location in the format of the nearest city or town, state or province, and country.
Charollais Sheep
Breeders and organizations involved with Cheviot Sheep are welcome to submit their sites for review to this category. Please include your location in the format of the nearest city or town, state or province, and country.
Cheviot Sheep
Open to all breeders and organizations working with Clun Forest Sheep. Please include your location as city, state or province, country.
Presenting breeders and associations working with the Clun Forest breed of sheep.
Breeders of and informational sites on crossbred sheep (those with more than one breed in their parentage); usually but not necessarily intended as meat producers.
Organizations associated with the Coopworth breed of sheep are welcome to submit their sites here. Sheep farmers/breeders please submit your site at the Breeder level within this category.
Coopworth Sheep
Sites about the Cormo sheep and for Cormo breeders.
Breeders of Corriedale sheep.
There is currently no description created for this category.
Any organizations involved with the Cotswold breed of sheep are welcome to submit their sites to this category for review. Farmers and Breeders: Please submit your sites to the subcategory "Breeders".
Cotswold Sheep
Breed of meat sheep originating in east Asia and Egypt.
Sites about the Dartmoor sheep and for Dartmoor breeders.
Please submit only sites relating to Dorper sheep.
Dorper sheep were developed in the late 40's in South Africa. The Dorper is now the 2nd most numerous sheep in South Africa due to its ability to produce a high quality carcass under intensive conditions. Dorpers were imported into the United States in 1995.
All breeders of Dorsets are welcome to submit their site to this category for review. Please include your location in the format of the nearest city or town, state or province, and country.
There is currently no description created for this category.
Sites about the Galway sheep and for Galway breeders.
Any farms or associations specializing in Hampshire Sheep are welcome to submit to this category. Please include your location as city, state, country.
Farms and Associations specializing in Hampshire Sheep
Sites about the Hebridean sheep and for Hebridean breeders.
All breeders of Icelandic sheep are welcome to submit to this category.
There is currently no description created for this category.
All breeders of Jacob sheep are welcome to submit to this category. Please include your location -- city, state, country.
There is currently no description created for this category.
All breeders and groups involved with the Karakul breed of sheep are welcome to submit their sites to this category.
Karakul Sheep
Sites about the Leicester Longwool sheep and for Leicester Longwool breeders.
All organizations, farmers, and breeders of Lincoln sheep are welcome to submit their sites to this category. Please include your location in the format of the nearest city or town, state or province, and country.
Lincoln Sheep
Sites about the Lleyn sheep and for Lleyn breeders.
Sites about the Manx Loaghtan sheep and for Manx Loaghtan breeders.
Any Merino sheep organizations or breeders are welcome to submit to this category.
Applies to Merino Sheep
Sites about the Montadale sheep and for Montadale breeders.
Breeders of, associations for, and information regarding this specific breed of sheep.
Breeders of, associations for, and information regarding this specific breed of sheep.
Breeders, breed associations, and site specifically related to the Oxford breed of sheep.
Sites about the Painted Desert Sheep and breeders.
sheep breed
Sites about the Polwarth sheep and for Polwarth breeders.
Sites about the Portland sheep and for Portland breeders.
Sites about the Romanov sheep and for Romanov breeders.
All breeders/farmers involved with Romney Sheep are welcome to submit their sites to this category. Please include your location as the nearest city or town, state or province, and country.
There is currently no description created for this category.
Sites about the Ryeland sheep and for Ryeland breeders.
Please submit only sites pertaining to Scottish Blackface sheep.
The Scottish Blackface is an old breed, probably originating in the border area between Scotland and England.
All breeders of Shetland Sheep are welcome to submit to this category.
Shetland Sheep originated on the Shetland Islands off the coast of Scotland and the roots for this breed probably go back over a thousand years to sheep brought to the islands by Viking settlers. Having survived for centuries under harsh conditions and on a meager diet, they maintain desirable characteristics including natural hardiness, thriftiness, and are know to lamb easily. The smallest of the British breeds of sheep, the animals are primairly raised primarily for their beautiful wool. Shetland wool is considered one of the finest and softest of any British breed, with a Bradford count usually in the upper 50's to lower 60's and an average fiber diamerter of 23 microns.
Sites about the Shropshire sheep and for Shropshire breeders.
Please submit only sites pertaining to Soay sheep.
Soay sheep are an ancient, primitive breed that originate from the British Isles thousands of years ago; the name comes from the island of Soay in the St Kilda archepelago off the coast of Scotland. Soay sheep are tiny, naturally hardy, have short tails that do not require docking and are known for parasite resistance. The fleece sheds naturally in the summer, and will generally vary from light to dark brown. Rams are horned, and ewes can be horned, scurred or polled.
Please submit only sites relating to Southdown sheep.
The Southdown is a polled white sheep with short wool staple that produces an early maturing meaty carcass.
South Suffolk, a distinct breed of sheep.
Please submit only sites pertaining to St Croix sheep.
The St Croix sheep, also known as Virgin Island White, are a hair sheep that is well suited to warm climates, with exceptional parasite resistance. Both rams and ewes are polled. They are usually white, but can be found in solid tan, brown, black, or white with brown or black spots. They are prolific, averaging 150% to 200% lambing rates, with two lambings per year not uncommon. While St Croix are most suited to warm climates, they adapt to colder climates by producing a heavy winter coat of mixed wool and hair that is shed in spring.
Please submit only sites pertaining to Targhee sheep.
Targhee sheep are one of the youngest North American breeds, having been developed in the middle of the 20th century. Rams weigh between 200 and 300 lbs, with ewes weighing between 125 and 200 lbs. Ewe fleeces average 10 to 14 lbs, with a micron measurement of 21 to 25 and a Bradford count of 58 to 64. Staple length is 3 to 5 inches.
All breeders of Texel Sheep are welcome to submit their site to this category. Please include your location as city, state or province, and country.
There is currently no description created for this category.
Please submit only sites pertaining to Tunis sheep.
Tunis sheep are one of the oldest breeds indigenous to the United States. They are born red or tan and fade to a creamy color, retaining the birth color on their faces and legs. This is a medium sized breed, and both rams and ewes are polled. They are known for disease resistance and tolerance to various climates. Tunis wool can have 24 to 30 microns, with a Bradford count of 56 to 58.
Please submit only sites relating to Vendeen sheep.
Vendeen sheep are a polled breed developed in France.
Organizations and associations are welcome to submit their sites for review to this category. Breeders/farmers - please submit your sites for review to the subcategory "Breeders".
Wensleydale Sheep
This category is open to all organizations and breeders involved with the Wiltshire Horn Sheep. Breeders/famers: please submit your site to the Breeders subcategory. Please include your location in the format of the nearest town or city, state or province, and country.
Wiltshire Horn Sheep
Zwartbles sheep, native to Holland; breeders and information.
Breed of sheep, native to Holland.
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