These Blacknose Sheep Look Just Like Stuffed Animals & They Make Great Pets!

The Valais Blacknose sheep (In German: Walliser Schwarznasenschaf) is a wonderful breed of domestic sheep that originated in the Valais region of Switzerland.

They are documented as far back as the 15th century! However, Valais Blacknose sheep were not officially recognized as unique until the 1960s.

Valais Blacknose sheep are raised for both wool and meat. These remarkable sheep are unmistakable with their black faces, ears and long spiral horns, black patches on their knees, hocks and feet.

They are extremely friendly and will love humans as much as humans love them.

You shouldn’t be surprised that they have been called the cutest sheep in the world!

Valais Blacknose sheep wool is course: the average fiber diameter is approximately 38 microns, with a staple length of 100mm or more.

The annual yield is about 4 kilograms per head.

Their wool is best sutied for carpets or felting.

These black-faced sheep are known to be very friendly, tamed easily and have a naturally peaceful demeanor.

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