The Ruda sheep are raised mainly for wool. The breed is native to Albania and Croatia. The Ruda sheep breed is considered as one of the endangered breeds of sheep in the Republic of Croatia.
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Ruda sheep breed information
The Ruda sheep are small-sized breeds having white or blond wool with pink skin.
The most distinctive feature is the Ruda sheep have a white head and white spots on the body.
Ruda sheep mainly used for wool production.
The adult Ruda ram weighs 45 kg (99 lbs) and ewe weighs 35 kg (77 lbs).
The height of an adult Ruda ram is 65 cm and the ewe is 55 cm.
Ruda sheep are adapted so well to the scarce mountain grazing and low temperatures.
Ruda sheep are also called as Uniform-wooled sheep.
Things to know
Ruda is believed to be related to Romanian Tsigai. Tsigai is a native sheep of Hungary.
Ruda sheep are one of the endangered breed of sheep in 2009.
Characteristics of Ruda sheep
|Breed Name||Ruda sheep|
|Other Name||Uniform-wooled sheep|
|Country/Place of Origin||Albania and Croatia|
|Weight Ram(Male)||45 kg (99 lbs)|
|Weight Ewe(Female)||35 kg (77 lbs)|
|Good for Stall Fed||open grazing|
|Climate Tolerance||local conditions|