The Cambridge is a dark-faced, medium-sized sheep that was founded in 1964 at Cambridge University, as a prolific breeder.
The foundation stock contained prolific ewes selected from within native breeds.
The Cambridge is valued for crossing with other breeds to produce better quality ewes.
The breed has a very high productivity, most of which can be attributed to the presence of a single gene.
Distribution is in the United Kingdom and Europe.
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