Cotswold Sheep are a large, polled, longwool breed. The head
is carried well up, the back long, ribs well sprung, the frame and legs strong,
giving an overall imposing appearance. The head has a pronounced forelock of
wool and a white face, with dark skin on the nose. The high quality wool is
white, lustrous and long-stapled. Average mature ewe weighs 85kg, rams 140kg.
Content and Photo Source: National Sheep Association