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Corriedales

A Quick Introduction to the Breed!

Corriedales are a duel purpose breed, used for both meat and wool. They were developed as a sheep breed in Australia in 1874. Traits of corriedale sheep are black nose and black hooves, white, hornless heads, white fleece, white, thick and soft ears, a straight back and their legs should stand squarely under them. 

Current Corriedales at EMC:

Rams:

Bruce - 112

Caramel - 156

Savage - 0284

Gecko - 0283

Ewes:

Lizzie - 0223

Arizona - 0235

Libby - 227

Freya - 0267

Rapunzel - 0263

Charlotte - 0285

Dove - 0286

Amber - 0287

Ewe Lambs:

Paris - 0290

Hannah - 0293

 

 

Last Edit: 24-01-2017