How Much Do Sheep Cost?

The sheep is typically kept as a livestock and is one of the many animals that can benefit us in different ways.  Not only can we get food from sheep, we can also use their coats for different products.  Although they are also closely related to goats, their appearance might say otherwise.

Sheep by Tu Thai, on Flickr
Sheep” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by  Tu Thai

How much is it?

Sheep BreedAverage Price
American Blackbelly$225 to $350
Awassi$2,500~
Barbado$200 to $325
California Red$300
Cheviot$100 to $225
Dorper$100 to $150
Dorset$150 to $250
Hampshire$150 to $200
Icelandic$300 to $1,400, depending on age and breeding potential
Katahdin$100 to $150
Oxford$1,250~
Romanov$90 to $250
Royal White$150 to $250
Shropshire$150 to $300
Shropshire$300 to $550 (registered)
Southdown$175 to $250
St. Croix$225 to $300
Tunis$300 to $400
Valais Blacknose (rare)$4,000+

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