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Summary
Product Ethiopia live sheep
Varieties of sheep Wollo, Farta, menz, Abergelle Horror, bonga, bale
Common varieties Wollo, Farta, menz
Packing Shipped according to the number of sheep required by the customer
Size Shipped according to the number of sheep required by the customer
Season availability Throughout the year
Transportation conditions Controlled temperature below 32 degrees Celsiu

Ethiopia live sheep has the largest population of sheep in Africa. Therefore, its potential to avail Ethiopia live sheep is unquestionable. All over the year, the country provides good quality exotic sheep 7both to the local and the international market.

The origin of sheep dated back 1200 years ago in Egypt, ancient Mesopotamia. The woolen variety of sheep was first domesticated in Iran around 8000 years population is estimated to be 24.2 million. Indigenous sheep are the primary type if sheep still reared in the country. The country exports live sheep worth $9.006 million annually. The country is estimated to transport over 232,000 live animals annually. The government of Ethiopia has put in measures to ensure that the sector of exporting live sheep yields more revenue. These measures include; giving funds to the private sectors and installation of improved laboratory facilities.

The sheep in Ethiopia are reared for their milk, meat wool, hides, and skin. Herders rear their sheep along the road and the riverside. Herders rely on deep wells, pond water, and harvested water to water their sheep.

Export forms of sheep include; mutton, wool, and milk.

Ethiopia herders domesticate both indigenous and dominant breeds of sheep. The types of sheep in Ethiopia include;

Menz –they are mainly found in the north Shoa zone of the Amhara region. They are short, small sizes, short-legged and have a fat tail. Their wool tends to be coarse and black with brown and white patches.

Abergelle-  They adapt well to dry cool and sub-moist highlands. The Abergelle breed is found in the river valley Wag Himra zones, which consist of Amhara and Tigray states. They are medium-sized with fat tails and rudimentary ears. The Tigray Amhara and Agew communities rear them.

Wollo-they are domesticated in the Amhara communities. They are small in size and are mostly black. They have fat but short tails. They do well in altitude between 2000 and 3200 m above sea level.

Farta – they are reared in the south Gondar region. Their undercoat varies from white, black and brown. They have a medium-sized tail.

Washera –they have a large body size and are short-haired. They are reared in the Gojam and Agew Awi zones.

 Herders ensure that the facilities where sheep are housed are always clean, dry, and have a proper drainage system. The shades are well roofed to protect the sheep from adverse weather c conditions such as rain and strong winds. Herders practice mixed farming. Manure is collected regularly 

Veterinaries are called to administer vaccines to the sheep to prevent them from deadly diseases such as anthrax.

 Sheep are directly purchased from the herders and are transported to Bola airport by designed trucks. Sheep are inspected before they are loaded to the vehicles to ensure the sick and injured are singled out.

The trucks are well ventilated and temperatures are regularly checked. The trucks are also fitted with air conditioners. The drivers are monitored to ensure that they do not exceed the speed limit.

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