The Romanov sheep is a breed of domestic sheep from Russia. It was actually originated from the Upper Volga region northwest of Moscow in Russia. Name of this breed derived from the Romanov town. These animals were first noticed outside of Russia in the 18th century. Soon after, they were imported to Germany and then to France.
The Romanov sheep. The origin and formation of the breed. Romanov sheep originated in Russia during the 18th century. It is named after the small town of Romanov, located in the Valley of the river Volga. Bearing in mind the increasing interest of the current "old" , and we hope and future for now just interested the "new" breeders of romanov sheep, we intend this article to list the most important features of the exterior, reproductive and productive traits, as well as the characteristics of adaptability and resistance to disease of romanov sheep. In this way the breeders will be closely familiar with this sheep, especially those who do not have personal experiances, and so they will be able to compare their results with other breeders, primarily with those from its original breeding areas - Russia, northeast of Moscow.
Romanov is a breed of domestic sheep originating from the Upper Volga region in Russia. These domestic sheep got the name Romanov from the town of the same name. In the 18th century, these sheep were first noticed outside of Russia. Soon after, they were imported to Germany and then to France.
The Romanov sheep breed are a hardy, tough breed that can withstand many harsh climates and environments whilst still producing good lambs, meat and wool. The lambs mature pretty fast reaching a mature body weight at around days of birth. They can breed throughout the year and have been known to have up to six lambs a birthing.