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that is not a baby ram. he is fairly old. look at how much curl his horns have. also old rams tend to be mean rams.

he is just small because he is a Herdwick ram, they are 100-150 pds, which makes them about half the size of the common breeds in America.

Corriedale (220-250 pds) (popular with small farms, as a meat and wool breed)
Merino (250-300 pds) (most of the commercial wool industry)
Suffolk (300-400 pds) (most of the meat industry)
 

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that is not a baby ram. he is fairly old. look at how much curl his horns have. also old rams tend to be mean rams.

he is just small because he is a Herdwick ram, they are 100-150 pds, which makes them about half the size of the common breeds in America.

Corriedale (220-250 pds) (popular with small farms, as a meat and wool breed)
Merino (250-300 pds) (most of the commercial wool industry)
Suffolk (300-400 pds) (most of the meat industry)
Which breed do you prefer to date?
 

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Makes me want to keep my distance from any mountain trail with my dirt bike. :)
 
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