Pomeranian caorsewool sheep
Originalls the species was widespread in north-eastern Germany and Poland. The undemanding and resistant milk sheep is well adapted to barren pasturages on dry sand and wet soils and was often kept for personal requirements-. Since the beginning of the 19th century the livestock of sheep was steadily declining. The wool is too rough for people. That is why the wool is only being felt today. Soft, smooth synthetic fibres often replace sheep's wool in textiles.
Stem type: Mouflon 11,000 years ago
Weight: ♂ 70-75 kg; ♀ 50-55 kg
gestation period: 5 month
feed: grass, leaves, beets, hay, cereals
Power: ♂ 600 g, ♀ 400 g wool / year; 1-3 lambs / year