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Suffolk Sheep
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Suffolk Sheep at The Farm at Walnut Creek

The Suffolk sheep were developed in southeastern England. The original Suffolk breed was the result of crossing Southdown Rams (male sheep) with Norfolk horned ewes. The Suffolk sheep was recognized as its own breed as early as 1810. The first Suffolk were brought into this country in 1888 by Mr. G. B. Streeter of Chazy, NY. Like the Southdown, Suffolk sheep are naturally hornless.

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Height: up to 44 inches at the shoulder Weight: Males: 250-350 lbs. Females: 180-250 lbs.
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