The Belgian Milk Sheep is similar to the Friesian Milk Sheep and is probably descended from Flemish sheep, which were bred for milk.
The Belgian Milk Sheep is a finely-built sheep which stands on high legs, with a wedge-shaped body.
The head is covered with fine white hair and the abdomen is woolly, with some hair.
They have a rat tail.
The breed is fertile with a large udder producing milk that tastes creamy.
Distribution is in Europe.
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