2 1/2 - 4"
Developed from the Spanish Merino in France and Germany, the
Rambouillet is the foundation of most Western U.S. range flocks.
White-faced with wool on the legs, the Rambouillet is largest of the fine
wool breeds, rugged, adaptable to a wide variety of arid range conditions,
has a well-developed flocking instinct and is long lived. The breed also
has an extended breeding season and produces a high-quality fine-wool
Registrations - Previous five year average, 12,228
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