The Kajli is a thin tailed sheep that is mutton and wool type. It is found in the Sargodha and Gujrat districts in the Punjab
Province of Pakistan.
They are a large size with a white body coat with a black circle around the eyes and
a black tip extending to the lower one-third of the ears. The wool yield is 3.0 kg
(medium; fiber diameter 37.6m). They have a typical roman nose, well developed and
muscular body and are very leggy. The Kajli average one liter per day of milk production.
Muhammad Tahir, Associate Professor, Department of Animal Breeding & Genetics, University
of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan