About Istrian milk Sheep
Istrian shep are found in the provinces of Udine, Gorizia, Trieste (Friuli-Venezia Giulia - Italy) and Slovenia.
Istrian sheep have quite a large frame with a highly placed torso and long strong legs. Their udders are shaped right, fastened high, with large teats. They have a narrow head, with the nose’s crest and jutting out ears, are placed on a long neck.
Their wool is multicolored and does not cover their entire body. Their legs and belly are naked and in other parts they are only covered with shaggy fleece. The Istria breeders bred white, black, spotted, patchy sheep, short-eared sheep, horned sheep, horn-less sheep, and the list goes on and on.
Content and photo source: Agraria.org.
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