Shropshire

Shropshire sheep are medium in size with a black face and legs with a dense white fleece growing up over the forehead. Black ear protruding from the side of the …

Badger Face Welsh Mountain

Badger Face Welsh Mountain Torddu, the Welsh name meaning ‘black belly’ have distinct black stripes above the eyes and a black stripe running from under the chin to the belly …

Black Welsh Mountain

Hardiness and self-reliance are the outstanding features of this ancient breed. Hill flocks of this breed, in normal conditions, require no supplementary feeding, they thrive on the short rough grasses …

Castlemilk Moorits

The Castlemilk Moorit is a rare breed of domestic sheep (also known as Moorit Shetland, Milledge Sheep, or Castlemilk Shetland) originating in Dumfriesshire in Scotland. Created as a decorative breed …

Derbyshire Gritstone

One of the oldest native sheep breeds in Britain, a hornless breed in the mountain and hill classification, the Derbyshire Gritstone has the qualities and potential to increase the agricultural …

Grey Faced Dartmoor

The Greyface Dartmoor is a rare breed of domestic sheep originating around Dartmoor in south west England. Also known as the “Improved Dartmoor”, this is a large and long-woolled breed, …

North Country Cheviot

The North Country Cheviot has a striking, alert look with erect ears. The head is brilliant white and woolly. The body is completely covered with wool and is long, deep …

Kerry Hill

   A well-balanced sturdy sheep with ears set high and free from wool. A black nose and sharply defined black and white makings on the head and legs. Both ewes …

Oxford Down

Oxford Downs have a dark brown face and ears with white wool covering the body and stretching up onto the head. They have short, dark brown legs and are larger …

Rough Fell

The Rough Fell is an upland breed of sheep, originating in England. It is common on fell and moorland farms, its distribution embracing a large proportion of South Cumbria, parts …

Valais Blacknose

Although the earliest mention of these sheep dates back to the 1400’s this large framed docile mountain sheep was first recognised as a separate breed in 1962. It has adapted well to …

White Faced Woodland

The Whitefaced Woodland is a sheep breed from the South Pennines in England, also known as the Penistone sheep after the Yorkshire town where sheep sales have been held since …

Herdwick

Herdwicks are a sturdy, strong boned sheep. The rams in particular have a broad chest, noticeably thick-set legs and may have strong horns, although as many as 20% are polled …

Ryeland

The Ryeland’s face is well woolled and its ears are of medium size, slightly dark in colour. Ryeland’s heads have no trace of horn. Its chest is broad and fairly deep …

Shetland

The Shetland is one of the smallest of native UK breeds. It has a small tan-coloured face and tan legs. Both genders can have rounded horns, but it is more …

Texel

The Texel sheep originates from the island of Texel off the Dutch North-Sea coast.The British Texel is a medium sized sheep. The Texel’s outstanding qualities are its pronounced muscling and …

Zwartble

The Zwartbles has a striking appearance: a black/brown fleece, a white blaze on the face, 2 – 4 white socks, and a white tail tip (which is traditionally left undocked). …