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Suffolk is an English breed of domestic sheep that was developed by crossing Southdown rams with Norfolk Horned ewes. This new breed possessed the best qualities of both foundation breeds, including large size, high amount of muscle, high growth rate and excellent forage ability. Suffolk rams weigh between 250 – 350 pounds, while the ewes are between 180 – 250 pounds. They are naturally polled and have a black face and legs with a stark white fleece.
The ewes are excellent mothers and the lambs grow rapidly on the abundant milk supply. Today, the Suffolk breed is one of the most popular sheep breeds for meat production in the United States. They are extremely efficient in their ability to convert forage into quality lean meat. Suffolk sheep also produce approximately 5 – 8 pounds of medium wool.
Suffolk Sheep For Sale In The USA
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