Here's the black sheep of the family. This ram has beautiful, thick wool, large, curled horns and lifelike taxidermy with his head up and an alert look on his face. The fully curled horns have a spread of 24" and each measure 28" around the curl. Ouessant sheep of this quality are very hard to find but make a great addition to a hunting lodge, farmhouse style decor or a man cave or she shed.
- Product Rating: Premier
- 21" tall X 24" wide X 20.5" deep
- Hangs from a single screw by the included hanger
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About the Ouessant Sheep
Scientific Name: Ovis aries
The Ouessant is a small, wool-producing breed of sheep originating in the Shetland Isles, Scotland but is now also kept in many other parts of the world. It is part of the Northern European short-tailed sheep group, and it is closely related to the extinct Scottish Dunface.