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Hair Sheep are types of breeds which produce hair instead of wool. All sheep are descended from Mouflon, wild sheep. Mouflon are few in number and found in select places. It is a long coarse hair with a layer of soft downy underneath. The hair sheep breeds make up a little more than 10% of the worlds population of sheep. Hair sheep are better suited to certain environments than wool sheep. Hair sheep are prized for their meat and leather qualities.


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