In Denmark and North Germany the White
Headed Marsh live outside in very wet and cold conditions. They are known for
their hardiness, natural immunity, easy-care and excellent meat. They lamb at
180% in Denmark.
White Headed Marsh are similar-looking to
Romneys or Coopworths, but are much larger with meaty hindquarters and wide
deep loin and rack meat (the most valuable cuts).
Photo Source: New Zealand Rare Breeds (www.rarebreeds.co.nz)