All lambs are born black, but they often fade to gray as they get older while maintaining black legs and faces. Their coats range from more wooly to more hairy.
They are prolific and can mature in only three months and lamb twice a year. (Aholan Farm)
- Staple length: The samples I had were all 2.5-4 inches
- Fiber description: Locks were smooth with gentle waves and curled at the tips. Shorter locks (presumably from the neck area) were comprised of tiny curls.
- Notes: I had samples from three different animals (white, gray and black), all had a bit of lustre and were smooth and delightful to spin.