Leccese, or Moscia Leccese, sheep
are most likely are related from
Zackel sheep from Asia. The have a not-so-curled woolly hanging coat.
They have rosy
skin and a white coat, with black spots on their breastbone. A black
short-haired muzzle, and a plain black or spotted limbs.
In the past they
were raised for wool, meat, and milk but today they are mainly bred for milk
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