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The Lacune breed’s name comes from the town located in the Lacaune highlands in the Tarn. The Lacaune is the most widely used dairy sheep breed in France, with a population of about 800,000 ewes. Notably, it is the predominant breed used in the production of Roquefort cheese in France.
They are hornless, hardy, and able to resist dramatic temperature swings, thanks to their fine coat of white fleece. Their average weight is between 154 and 220 lbs. Lacaune ewes give perfumed, full-fat milk at the rate of around 74 gallons per season. The Lacaune is well adapted to the harsh conditions, rocky terrain, and extreme seasonal variations in temperature common to its home range. They have small hooves made for navigating the stony ground, an elongated head, arched profile, and slightly rounded snout.
Lacaune Sheep For Sale In The USA
|Golden Valley Farm||Chowchilla||CA||(559) 696-0655|||
|Snowy Mountain Sheep Creamery||Eden||UT||(801) 745-0388|||
|Black Sheep Creamery||Chehalis||WA||(360) 520-3397|||
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