Breed Type: Wool
Country of Origin: New Zealand
Breed Association Website: countrylovin.com/ACA/index.htm
The Corriedale breed originated in New Zealand from Lincoln and Leicester x Merino crosses and was imported into the United States in 1914. Corriedales are medium-sized, white-faced with wool on the legs, and generally located in the farm-flock states. They are moderately prolific and yield heavy, medium-wool fleeces with good, staple length.
This breed presented by
American Sheep Industry Association