The Border Cheviot started as a mountain breed in the UK, and survives well where conditions are rugged.
Cheviots can withstand cold winters and hilly pastures.
The Cheviot has a distinctive white wool-free face and legs, pricked ears, black muzzle and black feet.
It is an active sheep, with stylish, lively carriage.
Distribution is United Kingdom, Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand.
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