About Shetland Sheep
Shetland Sheep are one of the smallest of the British sheep.
The ewes are usually hornless, and the rams have nicely-rounded horns, not too
heavy, nor too close together. Their head is well carried, their face is of
medium length with a straight nose and bright eyes, the back is straight and of
medium length. Shetland Sheep mainly have a white faced and are white woolled,
but there are small numbers of moorit sheep which produce varying shades of
wool. The average mature ewe weighs 35kg, rams 45kg.
Content and Photo Source: National Sheep Association