Valle black-nosed sheep originated in Valais, Switzerland, and were domesticated by humans very early. They can not only adapt well to alpine life, but also have strong adaptability to the harsh climate in alpine areas.
What are the characteristics of black nose sheep
Black-nosed sheep are a kind of glacier goats. They are strong and docile. The black nose sheep weighs about 40-50 kg and can produce 4 kg of wool a year. The most attractive thing about black-nosed sheep is their distinctive appearance: black face, black ears, black knees and limbs. But their fur is very white and fluffy. Local residents raise black-nosed sheep to collect their wool.
What food does black-nosed sheep not eat?
Black-nosed sheep eat meat. Although black-nosed sheep is a kind of sheep, it is not a pure herbivore, but an omnivore, so black-nosed sheep eat both grass and meat, which is also an important reason for their survival in harsh environment.
Can black-nosed sheep be domesticated
Black-nosed sheep can be domesticated. Black Nosed Sheep is a pet sheep jointly bred by Sally and Strasse. Black Nosed Sheep began to breed Vale Black Nosed New Zealand Sheep. This breed was bred from the male and female parents selected from the sheep flocks awarded in previous Scottish and British sheep competitions. There is almost no fear of human beings. It can be said that it is a perfect pet. And it can be predicted that in the near future, this cute pet will be popular all over the world.