Ouessant sheep are the smallest breed of sheep in the world as a result of selective breeding.
Ouessant sheep are a domesticated breed that are thought to be the descendants of the wild Mouflon. They are bred for their fleece which is usually black or dark brown. Rams have very large horns that curl around, Ewes do not have horns. They are social animals that like to love in flocks and are great lawn mowers.
SIZE: Ouessant sheep range from 40 – 50cm and can weigh from 11 – 20kg in weight.