Welcome to the Charmoise Hill Sheep Society Website
Click on an image above to navigate to that page. You will find information about the Charmoise breed and history, upcoming sales and sales reports, how to join the society or find a breeder in your area and a gallery of events and members charmoise photos.
The Charmoise is increasing in popularity across the UK, particularly in hilly areas where the breed excels due to its ability to thrive on poor quality forage and hardiness in comparison to many other terminal sire breeds.
High Libido: Fewer empty ewes, more lambs per acre.
High Fertility Rams: Excellent conception rate.
Long Living Rams: More kilos of lambs per pound spent on rams.
Narrow Heads: Easy lambing. Very suitable for tupping ewe lambs.
Lively Lambs: Quicker to the teat producing healthier lambs.
Great Converters of Forage: Making them suitable for both intensive and extensive systems.
Lambs Finish Quickly: Producing standard and heavier carcasses without excess fat.
Tremendous Conformation: They have a high killing out percentage.
Fine Bone Structure: Produces a high meat to bone ratio.
Tastier Succulent Meat: The mountain origins of this breed produces a unique flavor.
To learn more about Charmoise sheep, click on the link to The Breed above.