Thalli are a mutton and wool breed found in the Thal area and Multan and Muzaffargarh
districts in Punjab Province of Pakistan.
They are small to medium in size with a mature body weight of 34 kg in the rams and
27 kg in the ewes. They have a white boyd coat with the head and ears being black.
The wool yield is 1.8 kg (medium; fiber diameter 39.2 m).
The Thalli are considered sturdy animals. Their ears are moderately long. Young lambs
are used for pelt production.
Muhammad Tahir, Associate Professor, Department of Animal Breeding & Genetics, University
of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan