Our Navajo Churro Sheep
Navajo Churros are a hardy, docile heritage breed. This is a dual purpose breed for meat and wool. Navajo Churros are the oldest domestic breed in the United States. They are well adapted for dry adverse conditions. Mature rams average around 160-200 pounds. Ewes average about 100-120 pounds. Lambs are easily born, and the ewes make great mothers.
Another special quality is the fleece of Navajo Churros. They have a double-coated fleece that weighs around 4-6 pounds. The wool may be used by wool crafters.
We have an expanding herd now includes around 20 Navajo Churros. We are one of the few breeders in Southern California.
If you are interested in getting a Navajo Churro of your own or would like more information, please contact us for more information regarding our Navajo Churros.
For additional information about Navajo Churro sheep, we recommend checking out the Livestock Conservancy.