i dont no The are many breeds of sheep developed primarily for meat production. Nearly every country has their own landrace breeds for this purpose. In the USA we often use crossbred animals for meat production due to heterosis.( Pork is also often produced from hybrids.) If you are looking for a pure breed for meat production the Tunis is tasty and efficient.
Meat and some breeds of sheep produce milk which is used to make cheese.
Barbados Blackbelly sheep, PelibÃ¼ey (alterantive name is Cubano Rojo) , WestAfrican, Virgin IslandWhite are the Caribbean sheep breeds used for meat purpose.
Sheep are good for: wool - wool is used to make all kinds of products such as clothes, carpets, blankets meat - sheep meat is eaten all over the world skins - sheep skins are used to make rugs mats etc cheese - sheep milk is used to make cheese.
Common goats in the Philippines are Dadiangas, Nubian and Jamnapari. Common sheep in the Philippines are Katahdin. Sheep are used for more of the meat side of marketing and goats are more milk production.
Many reasons, meat,milk products,breeding, wool and many more reasons.
Sheep are used for meat, wool, leather and in some instances milk.
Meat and wool.
meat (lamb or mutton), wool, and milk.Also, horns (if they have them) can be used for decoration, the bones can be boiled down to make gelatin... the usual animal by-products.
Suffolk Sheep are a large meat breed sheep but are sometimes bred for the wool.
All breeds of sheep can be used now that the experiment was a success, however, Dolly was a clone of a Dorset White faced Sheep.
Sheep are most commonly used for the production of wool(which is sheared off), meat (for which the animal is slaughtered) and the hide (a byproduct of meat production) which is used to make leather.
Yes and no -a sheep produces many products for humans - meat and wool - the meat would not be recyclable as once eaten it is no more but the wool if it is made into yarn could be used numerous times and ion numerous garments so then its wool is recyclable.
They all do, however the breeds of goats used for the production of milk are: Alpine, LaMancha, Nubian, Saanen, Toggenburg, and Oberhasli. All breeds of sheep can be used for milk production, the most common are: East Frisian, Milksheep, and Dorsets.
Lamb, mutton, and hogget (UK, New Zealand and Australia) are the meat of domestic sheep. The meat of a sheep in its first year is lamb; that of a juvenile sheep older than 1 year is hogget; and the meat of an adult sheep is mutton.Distinct from the meat, a lamb also describes a live juvenile sheep, which may or may not be used for its meat. In Australia, the term prime lamb is often used to refer to lambs raised for meat.
Sheep are mainly used for meat and wool, so things such as lamb chops and sweaters could come from sheep. Less commonly, sheep can also be used for milk
A Damara is a breed of sheep that sheds its wool, it is also described as a 'fat-tail' sheep it is used primarily for meat.
No a male sheep is either a ram or a wether. Sheepdogs are the dogs used to herd or muster the sheep and can be various breeds but are mainly Kelpies.
Hampshire sheep are used for their mid grade wool that is good for making yarn and felt. The meat is also very popular from the hampshire sheep.
There are a couple of breeds of sheep dogs commonly used in Australia. The Australian kelpie is a good dog for herding and guarding sheep. The border collie also herds sheep and is an excellent "eye" dog - that is, it controls the sheep by using its eyes to almost hypnotise or " set " the sheep to move in particular directions.
You can sell the sheep as breeding stock or for meat. You can also shear it to get wool.
the wool from them can be used for clothes, and slaughtered for meat
Only carnivores have canine teeth. They are used to hold and rip meat apart. Sheep are herbivores.
The merino breed of sheep has a very fine wool and is one of the breeds farmed in New Zealand.