Cameroon are hair sheep from West Africa. Instead of wool,
they carry a hair coat that in the autumn forms an additional undercoat, which
is shed after winter. Cameroon sheep do not require shearing.
Cameroon sheep are very prolific and reach puberty very
early. They are aseasonal and can produce two lamb crops per year. They are a
resistant, problem-free sheep. Their most common color is brown with a black
belly, head, and legs.