Bundner Oberland Sheep
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Bundner Oberland (also known asrnBunder Oberlanderschaf, Grisons, or Graubunden) sheep are from Switzerland.

rnrnThey are found in white, brown,rnor silver-grey. Their head is slender and bare. Rams have substantial hornsrnwhile ewes have small horns or are polled (hornless). Both sexes display ratherrnprimitive behavior. Multiple births are common. When mature, rams weigh onrnaverage 72 kg (159 lb) and ewes 50 kg (110 lb). After reaching maturity, ramsrngrow to 72 cm (28 in) and ewes 68 cm (27 in) at the withers.

rnrnIn 2007, there were less thanrn1,100 but their population is increasing and are used primarily for vegetationrnmanagement.

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