Our Sheep Breeds

We take pride in the health of all of our Sheeps.
We de-horn all animals and our sheepsare guaranteed healthy at time of purchase.

Awassi sheep

The Awassi is a local fat-tailed sheep breed in South-West Asia originated in the Syro-Arabian desert. Improved Awassi stud and flock rams require, in conformity with their live weight, 1.0-1.2 feed units, 80-90 g of digestible protein, and 2.5 kg of dry matter in their daily ration during the season of anoestrus or reduced sexual activity of the ewes.

Assaf Sheep

Assaf is a breed of domesticated sheep from Israel. The Assaf sheep is the product of crossbreeding the Awassi and East Friesian. The Assaf is a dual purpose breed, raised for both milk and meat.Both sexes display white and are unicolored.

Australian white Sheep

The Australian White is an Australian breed of meat sheep. It derives from selective breeding of White Dorper, Van Rooy, Poll Dorset and Texel sheep, with the aim of creating a large white sheep suited to Australian conditions, and with a self-shedding hair coat.

Dorset Sheep

Dorset sheep are prolific breeders and will breed all year round. They can produce multiple lambs per year. The Dorset sheep is one of the oldest sheep breeds in existence. They originated from a similar looking species in England and were then later brought to the United States in 1885.

Merino Sheep

Merino sheep are mainly bred for their wool, although they are sometimes used for meat production. Merino wool is extremely fine compared to other types of wool. This is what makes it so desirable for clothing products. The wool is fine, and therefore very soft on the skin.

Valais Blacknose Sheep

The Valais Blacknose, German: Walliser Schwarznasenschaf, is a breed of domestic sheep originating in the Valais region of Switzerland. It is a dual-purpose breed, raised both for meat and for wool.
Weight: Male: 80–130 kg; Female: 70–90 kg

Dorper Sheep

Dorper Sheep are highly fertile, very maternal with excellent milk production that enable them to raise fast growing vigorous lambs. The lambs show good maturity at 4-6 months of age, ensuring tenderness and a superior flavour making for a great-tasting prime lamb.

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