Cambridge Sheep are a very prolific breed that has particular
value in crossbreeding. The Cambridge is a dark faced medium size sheep. The
mature weight of rams and ewes is 100 kg and 67 kg respectively. They are long
lived with excellent teeth and are hardy and resilient to environmental
extremes. Ewes lambs easily, are good mothers and the incidence of mastitis is
low. The breeds high prolificacy means that it can be mated with a variety of
other breeds and crossbreeds to produce, high performance commercial ewes.
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