Canadian is selected for:
Canadian's are based on 3 main breeds: Ile de France, Suffolk and Leicester. The original flock was established by hysterectomy in 1980 at the Animal Research Centre in Ottawa. Canadians are large, well-muscled sheep generally with a white or beige face and legs. The wool is relatively fine for a terminal sire & should have no colored fibres. The face often has a small amount of wool on the forehead and the ears are large and held horizontally.
lambing percentage: 180%
These sheep have been selected for carcass quality, and demonstrate better than average muscling with acceptable to ideal finish. They are very hardy and lambs show great survivability.
9 MONTH OLD CANADIAN RAM LAMB
MATURE CANADIAN RAMS
CURTLY - OUR CANADIAN FLOCK SIRE