Texel Sheep comes from the Island of Texel, a north-western Dutch
islands, where it has been known since Roman times. In 1933 Texel's were
introduced into France, and then in 1970 they were introduced to the
flock was started in 1981 and now has 120 ewes from which we produce
ram and ewe lambs for breeding purposes. The breed is used mainly as a
terminal sire and crossed with many different breeds of ewes to produce
well shaped lambs for meat production.