Arkhar-Merino Sheep
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Arkhar-Merino sheep were developed at the Kurmektinski research station between 1934 to 1949 in Kazakhstan. They were produced by crossbreeding wild Arkhar rams and Precoce merino ewes.

In 1994 Arkhar-Merino sheep were transferred to Arasbaran research station which is attached to the Research Center for Natural Resources and Domestic Animals of East Azerbaijan.

Arkhar-Merino sheep have a firm and expanded skeleton. They are bulky with long legs and a broad chest. Their average staple length is 6.24 to 8.08 cm. The average fiber diameter is 22.99 in ewes and 23.51 in ram. Their greasy fleece weight is about 4.19 kg. 

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