Debouillet Sheep

About Debouillet SheepAbout Debouillet Sheep

Debouillet sheep were developed in New Mexico in 1920 from Delaine Merino and Rambouillet sheep. They are well adapted to the range conditions of the southwestern United States. They are a medium-sized sheep with white hair on their face and legs.

They are hardy and gregarious and adaptable to unassisted pasture lambing. They produce a fine wool fleece with a deep, close crimp.

Debouillet Sheep Associations

Natural Colored Wool Growers Association Natural Colored Wool Growers Association -