Norfolk Horn sheep originated in Norfolk, Suffolk, and
Cambridge, England. They are one of the ancient Heath breeds now being
revived in small numbers. Norfolk Horn sheep were used along with Southdown in
the development of Suffolk sheep.
They area a medium-sized breed with a long body and legs.
Their face and legs are black or dark brown and free of wool. Their fleece is
white with new born lambs being mottled. Both sexes are horned and the horn
pattern is an open spiral.