Finn Sheep
Finn Sheep (also known as Finnish Landrace) are native to Finland and were first imported to Canada in 1966, after which they were imported by private American breeders.  The breed is believed to be several hundred years old and is known for being highly adaptable.

Characteristics
  • Multi-purpose breed
  • Multiple births, Finn ewes regularly have triplets and quadruplets.
  • Medium wool with a micron of 24-31 and a staple length of 3-6 inches
  • Easy to handle, polled sheep
  • Excellent mothers with plentiful milk
  • Friendly disposition
  • Adaptable to heat and cold
Are you looking for Finn Breeding Stock?  contact us at countingsheepfarm@yahoo.com for available stock.

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