The sheep of the Schwarzkopf breed is an animal raised for meat production, highly appreciated and spread in Germany. This breed of sheep reaches us in the country where it is grown for both meat and wool.
The Charollais sheep is of medium size, with a sturdy and well-proportioned body, strong bone, covered with well-developed muscles. The head, belly and limbs are not covered with wool. In the rest of the body, the wool is white, pigmented with small black spots. The chest is wide, the great forehead and the orbits distant, and the long, fine ears, mobile, of the same color as the wool on the body. The wool that covers the body is short, dense and fine.
The Romanov is an extremely prolific breed, with high breeding qualities (sexual precocity, extended sexual season, developed maternal instinct and good dairy value) and has a coarse wool. The Berrichon du Cher, a beef breed par excellence, also has qualities of precocity, rusticity and walking ability.