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What species would you call this ram? #8999052 02/03/24 03:07 AM
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What species would you guys consider this ram?


Re: What species would you call this ram? [Re: traviselmore] #8999066 02/03/24 03:21 AM
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Characteristics of a Mouflon, different coloration than typically what I’ve seen.

Re: What species would you call this ram? [Re: traviselmore] #8999110 02/03/24 06:34 AM
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Looks like an Armenian Red Sheep. A type of mouflan I think.

Re: What species would you call this ram? [Re: traviselmore] #8999170 02/03/24 02:40 PM
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That’s more of a Urial sheep.

The sheep species are so watered down now it’s hard to get a pure blood anything stateside anymore


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Re: What species would you call this ram? [Re: traviselmore] #8999685 02/04/24 02:12 PM
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i would guess urial type of some kind with those long legs.

Re: What species would you call this ram? [Re: traviselmore] #8999804 02/04/24 05:29 PM
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If it was on my land the species it would is dead

Re: What species would you call this ram? [Re: txtrophy85] #8999880 02/04/24 08:19 PM
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Originally Posted by txtrophy85
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Yep, transcarpian urial. Thompson Temple as the source.


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I've never seen a Transcaspian with that much muscle in his neck, nor is he white enough all the way down in his beard.


I don't know what he is crossed with, but he is majority Urial.


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Re: What species would you call this ram? [Re: traviselmore] #9006601 02/16/24 04:45 PM
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He's definitely mostly Transcaspian Urial


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