The Jacob, although of unknown origin, has been raised for over 350 years
in England. The Jacob is small and multihorned with black spots randomly
distributed on the body and distinctive black facial markings over each eye
and on the nose. They produce a medium-grade wool with some kempy fibers that
create a hair effect characteristic of tweed clothing.
Learn more about sheep & wool from the following
Benefits of Wool
Sheep Wool Grades