About Rosset Sheep
Rossets resembles Savoiarda (Savoy) sheep. They are relatively small (males: 65-75 cm, females: 60-70 cm, at the withers). Their legs are short and sturdy. They have yellow-white coats with reddish-brown spots around their eyes and the lower parts of their legs. Their thin tails hang below their hocks. Both sexes are polled.
They are raised for meat and wool. Ewes lamb once per year; twins are common, and the lambing rate is about 160 percent.
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