Arkansas Dorper Sheep

Dorper Sheep For Sale In Arkansas

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dorper-sheepConsidered a South African mutton breed, they were developed to be adapted to arid and extensive regions. They have a white skin and a light covering of wool and hair. They can have either a black head or a white head. Both sexes are polled and are known to be one of the most fertile breed of sheep.

Dorper sheep are a result of a cross between a Dorset and a Blackhead Persian sheep and it’s the second largest breed in South Africa. They are mainly used as mutton sheep and are an easy care breed. Dorpers are hardy animals that can thrive in conditions that other breed would not resist. They are not selective grazers and have a thick skin that adds to their resilience.

Dorper skin is high sought after and is marketed under the name “Cape Glovers”.

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Dorper Sheep For Sale In Arkansas

Breeder NameCityStatePhone
Coyote Creek Farms Siloam Springs 3 (479) 427-9410

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