Kerry Hill Sheep are a well-balanced sturdy sheep with ears
set high and free from wool. A black nose and sharply defined black and white
makings on the head and legs. Both ewes and rams are hornless. It is a handsome
sheep, with a dense fleece, which is unusually white. The fleece handles well
and is amongst the softest of British wools. In both ewes and rams teeth should
be regular and meet the pad neither undershot nor overshot. The Kerry Hill
sheep are good on their feet and good in their teeth. Average mature weighs
55-65kg, rams 65-70kg.
Content Source: National Sheep Association.