Found in Sicily
in southern Italy, the Barbaresca Siciliana (Sicilian Barbary) was developed
from the Tunisian Barbary and the Pinzirita.
They have coarse
to medium wool and are kept for both milk and meat production. The Sicilian
Barbary is polled and usually has dark spots on the face and legs. They have
lop ears and stores fat at the base of their tail.
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