Welsh Mountain ewe
Welsh Mountain ewe sheep are small, hardy sheep from the higher parts of the Welsh mountains. The males have horns, and the females are polled; they have no wool on the face or legs, and they have long tails. There are a number of varieties, bred for sheep farming in Wales
A female sheep, especially when fully mature. A hybrid of a ewe and a buck (a male goat) is called a sheep-goat hybrid (only a single such animal has been confirmed), and is not to be confused with the sheep-goat chimera, though both are known as geep. Visual differences between sheep and goats include the beard of goats and divided upper lip of sheep.
1.They are mainly raised for wool and meat production especially when crossed with the progeny of a Welsh Mountain ewe.
2.Behavior. Sheep are most comfortable with their flock, and they tend to run if approached or spooked
Are mountain sheep aggressive?