Perendale sheep primarily raised for meat. The breed is developed in New Zealand. The cross of Romney ewes and Cheviot rams resulted in better meat and suitable for hills. The breed is named after Sir Geoffrey Peren.
Perendale sheep breed information
Perendale sheep a medium-sized breed that is a dual-purpose sheep.
The adult Perendale ram weighs 100 kg (240 lb) and ewe weighs 70 kg (150 lb).
The Perendale sheep produce wool fibers of 29 to 35 microns with a staple length of 120 millimeters.
A highly fertile breed that produces prime lamb when crossed with the Merino.
The Perendale sheep are suitable for high-rainfall areas and colder climates.
Having no trouble while lambing, good maternal abilities and easy to care.
The Perendale sheep are nervous and anxious, which require less noisy environment.
Things to know
Perendale history explains that the breed was developed in order to fulfill the requirements of country farmers around the world.
The Perendale breed was developed in the 1950s by G.Parren at Massey University.
In 1975 the Perendale was accepted as an established breed in Australia.
Perendale sheep characteristics
|Breed Name||Perendale sheep|
|Country/Place of Origin||New Zealand|
|Breed Purposeamerica||meat and wool|
|Weight Ram(Male)||100 kg (240 lb)|
|Ewe(Female)||70 kg (150 lb)|
|Good for Stall Fed||open grazing|
|Climate Tolerance||local conditions|
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