Navajo Churro Sheep For Sale
The Navajo-Churro sheep is a breed of domestic sheep from United States. During the 16th century the Churra sheep was first imported to North America, and used to feed Spanish armies and settlers.
And the Churros became popular with the Spanish settlers in the upper Rio Grande Valley by the seventeenth century. And through trading, some flocks of Churros were also acquired by the Navajo.
During that time the Churro soon became a very important part of the Navajo economy and culture.
However, total number of the Navajo-Churro sheep is very less today and considered as a rare breed, but it is no longer in danger of extinction. Read some more information about this breed below.
They can also appear in different patterns, with badger face pattern are common. They have long legs, and both rams and ewes are usually horned. They may have two or four horns. And the rams can have 2, 4, 6 or even more horns.
Product Type: Livestock
Weight (kg): varies
Place of Origin: USA
Brand Name: Navajo Churro Sheep
Model Number: DGJE2134545
Supply Ability Supply Ability: 1800 Piece/Pieces per Month
Packaging & Delivery Packaging Details CAGES
They also have the ability to have fused horns. They have a double coated fleece that weights 4-6 lbs. The fine, soft inner coat provides insulation, and the long, coarse outer coat protects the inner coat from dust and dirt while repelling rain and snow. The fleece is low in grease, which makes it easy to process.
Average live body weight of the mature Navajo-Churro rams is between 72 and 90 kg. And average live body weight of the mature ewes vary from 45 to 54 kg