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Daglic sheep are mainly found in Western Anatolia in Turkey. Some believe they originated the Kamakuyruk and Chios sheep breeds. They are short-fat tailed sheep breeds and are a dual-purpose animal: they are raised for both meat and milk production.

They are small uni-colored sheep with a white body and black spots on their head and legs. They have a short-fat tail. The ewes are always polled, but the rams are generally horned. The average body height of ewes are around 24 inches or 60 cm, and the rams are slightly larger than the ewes.

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