About Whitefaced Woodland Sheep
Whiteface Woodland Sheep are a large-framed hill breed has a
broad face which should be white with a pink nose. The legs are white and free
from wool. The fleece is white and of a very fine quality. They are horned in
both sexes, the males having heavy spiraling horns. The sheep are strong boned
and long in the body. Their tails have a distinct muscular appearance. Average
mature ewe weighs 63kg, rams 130kg.
Content and Photo Source: National Sheep Association