The Wiltshire Horn was until the eighteenth century one of the predominant sheep breeds of southern England.
Saddlehorn Ranch raises quality Wiltshire Horn breeding stock.
The Wiltshire Horn is a breed of domestic sheep originally from Wiltshire in southern England raised for meat. The Wiltshire Horn was until the eighteenth century one of the predominant sheep breeds of southern England. The smaller-scale producer seeking added value with quality, naturally reared, full-flavoured meat. It was nearly extinct at the start of the 1900s. This is a hair breed, growing a thick, coarse coat in the winter and shedding in the summer. This removes the need for shearing or crutching and minimises problems associated with flystrike. Your email address will not be published.