Romanov sheep raised primarily for meat. The breed is originated from the Upper Volga in Russia. Quadruplets, quintuplets and even sextuplets are normal performances for a Romanov ewe. Romanov sheep are used as “Market lamb Machine”.
Romanov sheep breed information
Romanov sheep are medium-sized breed which is gray in color.
At their birth the lamb is in black color, but as they grow up the color changes to gray.
The adult Romanov ram weighs 70 kg (155 lb) and ewe weighs 45 kg (100 lb).
Romanovs are one of the Northern European short-tailed sheep breeds.
Hardy and very strong breed, the Romanov are well adapted to harsh cold climates, such as that in their native Russia
Romanovs are not seasonal breeders, can start breeding any time of the year once they mature.
Romanov sheep are prolific can produce quadruplets, quintuplets, and even sometimes sextuplets.
Romanov ewes never produce single or twins, always in litter size of 3 or more.
The Romanov breed is a “pure gene”, not a “cross”.
The Romanov fleece weight is around 4.5 kg
The Romanov wool is double-coated, strong and greasy.
Things to know
The breed can be seen in Germany, France, Canada, and the United States. In the early 1908s, the Canadian government imported 14 ewes and 4 rams, quarantined for 5 years.
The Romanov’s gray wool is used to make rugs, mats, and wall hanging.
Romanovs are used for producing multiple offsprings in a short period of time. It can be called as “Market lamb Machine”.
Characteristics of Romanov sheep
|Breed Name||Romanov sheep|
|Other Name||Market lamb machine|
|Country/Place of Origin||Russia|
|Weight Ram(Male)||70 kg (155 lb)|
|Ewe(Female)||45 kg (100 lb)|
|Kidding||triplets or quadruplets|
|Good for Stall Fed||open grazing|
|Climate Tolerance||local conditions|
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