About Bardoka SheepAbout Bardoka Sheep

Bardoka are a multi-purpose sheep found mainly in the Metohia region of Kosovo. Its name is derived from the Albanian word Bardoka which means white. They are mainly found in Kosovo and partially in Albania, Montenegro, and Serbia.

They are medium-sized sheep. They are mainly white with a white face. Their face is generally free of wool, and their skin color is pink. Both rams and ewes are generally horned. Their horns are generally long and spiraled. Rams weight around 3.5 kg at birth and the ewes around 3.2 kg. The mature Bardoka rams average body height is around 70 cm at the withers, and around 60 cm for the ewes. Bardoka rams is around 65 kg. And average live body weight of the mature ewes is around 50 kg