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The Beltex sheep are a domestic breed, a hybrid of Belgian and Texel sheep. They are mostly used in Europe as terminal sires, producing lambs for meat. They are white faced with medium-length wool and are known for having double muscled hindquarters and heavy muscling on their body. They also have fine bones which make them great for meat production.
Rams weigh an average of 200 lbs and ewes 150 lbs. Beltex sheep are mostly used for producing lambs for meat production since they thrive well and are born with ease. Beltex sheep can be found in Europe, UK and North America.
Beltex Sheep For Sale In Virginia
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