About Cambridge SheepAbout Cambridge Sheep

Photo Source: National Sheep Association.
Photo Source: National Sheep Association.
The Cambridge sheep, renowned for its exceptional prolificacy, stands as a beacon of crossbreeding excellence in the realm of ovine husbandry. With its distinctive dark-faced visage adorning a medium-sized frame, the Cambridge epitomizes versatility and productivity in the pastoral landscape.

Mature rams and ewes of the Cambridge breed boast formidable weights of 100 kg and 67 kg, respectively, embodying robustness and sturdiness characteristic of the breed. Exhibiting remarkable longevity and boasting excellent dental health, Cambridge sheep thrive amidst the rigors of environmental extremes, showcasing their resilience and adaptability.

Notably, the Cambridge ewes exhibit a remarkable propensity for lambing, effortlessly bringing forth new life into the flock. With their innate maternal instincts and low incidence of mastitis, they nurture their progeny with utmost care and devotion, ensuring the vitality and well-being of the next generation.

The Cambridge breed's exceptional prolificacy serves as its hallmark trait, rendering it an invaluable asset in crossbreeding endeavors. By mating with a diverse array of other breeds and crossbreeds, the Cambridge sheep facilitates the production of high-performance commercial ewes, thereby enriching the genetic diversity and enhancing the productivity of ovine enterprises worldwide.