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This Llanwenog Sheep website was updated: 16 December 2016

The website for Llanwenog Sheep Breeders who live in England
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Llanwenog Sheep are a versatile Native breed

Llanwenog sheep a native minoirty breed

They are economic (cheap to feed and long living), productive (twins are the norm) and they produce exceptional quality tasty meat.

Download a copy of the Llanwenog Sheep Leaflet - at the bottom of this page (pdf)

The number of Llanwenog sheep has declined in recent years. The Rare Breeds Survival Trust 2016 Watchlist  show the number of registered breeding ewes has fallen below 3000. The Llanwenog have returned to Category 5 (Minority) after successfully moving into Category 6 in 2008.

After a more thorough analysis of popuation trends this year, the RBST key message is that more work is required to ensure that native breed livestock populations survive in sufficient numbers to play their part in a sustainable future for UK farming. Find out more about Llanwenog Sheep

Please contact us for any assistance or further information, we look forward to hearing from you...

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Llanwenog Support Group,
11 Feb 2013, 04:33