The Coburger Fuchsschaf raised mainly for landscape preservation. The breed is from Germany, which is reddish-brown in color.
Coburger Fuchsschaf breed information
The breed is medium built with reddish-brown to folden color.
The mature ram weighs around 80 kg (176 lb) and ewe around 65 kg (140 lb).
Both rams and ewes are polled (no horns).
Legs are free from wool and red-brown in color.
Broad ears and they are long.
The Slight Roman nose is visible,
The height of rams is 80 cm at withers and ewes around 70m.
Litter size 2 on an average.
The wool per ram is around 4 to 5 kg and the ewe is around 3 to 4 kg.
Things to know
Coburger Fuchsschaf is also known as Coburg Fox Sheep.
The breed has dorsal stripe just like horses, asses, and donkeys.
The meat has a unique venison taste as it has low-fat.
According to the wiki – The year 1993, there were 1200 breeding ewes with 50 rams, in 34 breeding units
The breed was officially recognized in the year 1996, still on the list of endangered sheep breeds.
“The Fuchsschaf flocks are employed for landscape preservation. The Coburger Fuchsschaf is frugal, hardy, and prolific. Longevity and non-fussiness of food make it a perfect choice for keeping on rough hilly ranges. It is possible to breed them three times in two years.”afs
Brief characteristics of Coburger Fuchsschaf
|Breed Name||Coburger Fuchsschaf|
|Other Name||Coburg Fox Sheep|
|Country/Place of Origin||Germany|
|Breed Purpose||Landscape preservation|
|80 kg (176 lb)|
|Ewe(Female)||65 kg (140 lb)|
|Good for Stall Fed||open grazing|
|Climate Tolerance||local conditions|
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