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Boreray Sheep have a close geographical and social link with Soay Sheep but the two breeds are genetically different. Boreray Sheep are the descendants of the domestic sheep which were kept by the St. Kildans. They are a small short-tailed breed which naturally sheds its fleece under normal breeding conditions.
Descended from Viking stock, the Hebridean is a small black, horned, hardy breed with fine bones and a short tail (no docking required). Hebrideans are a low maintenance flock and lambing intervention is very rarely required, they are excellent for conservation grazing, ewes often still lambing well at ten years
Soay are unlike any other sheep, being the most primitive native breed classified as "vulnerable" on the RBST survival watch list. Originating from the remote St Kilda archipelago some 50 miles west of the Outer Hebrides. Soay sheep are small, almost deer-like, about one-third the size of domestic sheep. They