Rambouillets are large sized, rugged and long-lived with a strong flocking instinct. For many years, the Rambouillet has been known as the profit “cornerstone” of the U.S. sheep industry. They are raised in a range of climate conditions from the scarce brush area of Texas to the extreme cold winters of Minnesota. The ability of the Rambouillet to produce both meat and wool of high quality, with little feed and at a wide range of temperatures, are the key factors to maximizing breeders’ profits per acre. In this era of technology push, the producer must learn to minimize costs by increasing efficiency. The Rambouillet can attain this goal.

Learn more about the breed at the American Rambouillet Sheep Breeders Association.

NSIP Breed Coordinator

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INSTRUCTIONS: If you put cursor over a pin and click the breeders information will appear. On some of the breeders maps the pins are so close together on the zoomed out map that you can not see all the pins marking individual breeders. For those situations I recommend clicking on the blue words below the map to see a larger version that also shows the list of breeders in alphabetical order along the side.

View Rambouillet Breeders-enrolled in a larger map

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