• Origin - Developed by the U.S.D.A in Laramie, Wyoming. Original cross was between a Lincoln Ram and Rambouillet Ewe designed for the western range.
  • Type - Dual-Purpose (Wool and Meat Quality)
  • Wool - Crossbred (Fine Wool x Long Wool Cross)
  • Descriptors - Large frame, phenomenal growth, hornless, heavy white fleece.
  • Important Traits - Superior mothering ability, Heavy milk production, Carcass traits, Lambs make larger gains on grass and less feed, More pounds of wool and pounds of lamb.

Columbia Sheep


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