Perendale Sheep
Home | Press Room | Join Email List | Advertise | About Us | Contact Us | Sign InLivestock Of the World
Livestock
Breeds Of
Livestock Home
Alpacas
Alpacas
Bison
Bison
Cattle
Cattle
Chickens
Chickens
Dogs
Dogs
Donkeys
Donkey
Emus
Emus
Goats
Goats
Horses
Horses
Llamas
Llamas
Pigs
Pigs
Rabbits
Rabbits
Emus
Sheep
Turkeys
Turkeys
Yaks
Yaks
Yaks For Sale
Pigs
Sheep
   About Sheep
Sheep for Sale at:
   Livestock Of America
   Livestock Of Canada




Sponsors


Ranch Website

About Perendale SheepAbout Perendale Sheep



Perendale was developed in New Zealand during the 1950's at Massey University to meet the needs of hill country farmers on developing country. It is still a very popular breed in New Zealand. Developed from the Cheviot and Romney, Perendale sheep are a dual-purpose sheep producing a 28-32 micron wool with a 125 mm (5 in) staple length.

Perendale sheep are very fertile and have great potential to produce a prime lamb dam when crossed with a Merino. As a purebred, their hardiness makes them ideally suited to colder, high rainfall areas. Perendales are easy to care for; the ewes have little trouble lambing and are good mothers. Triplets are rare. However, they are very active and independent sheep.

Sheep for Sale

View Sheep for Sale At

www.livestockofamerica.com/Sheep/


www.livestockofCanada.com/Sheep/
Livestock Of The World