With their sweet
teddy bear faces and wooly charm, babydoll sheep make great pets because of there size ranging from 18-24 inches tall full grown and there gentleness.
They are known for their hardiness, fine fleece and their tender meat
Babydoll sheep are most often white, but can also be black, which is a recessive gene.
As they are out in the sun a lot, the wool on black sheep lightens and can look brown. As they age, their coats can turn a kind of grayish-brown.
Both babydoll ewes and rams are naturally polled, meaning
they're born without horns. They are non-aggressive by nature and can be wary in new situations. Breeders say the sheep are curious and trusting with the people they know and are especially fond of
Babydolls are easy keepers and don't need much acreage.
"They're not hard on the land. The only thing they do is eat the grass
They need a shelter where they can cool off in the summer and get out of the rain. "But in general they like to be outdoors because they always have that wool sweater on. They just
don't like to get wet."
Their fleece, which is sheared each spring, is springy and soft. In
textile terms, it runs in the 19 to 22 micron range, which means it's similar to cashmere and can be worn next to the skin without being itchy and uncomfortable.
We Recently Purchsed our first Babydoll
sheep (Breeding Pair) on May 2 2020
Picked up our 2nd Ewe on
They are NABSSAR
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