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Welcome to OuessantSheep.net
- The official website of the Ouessant Sheep Society of Great Britain. -

Please feel free to browse our site and learn a little more about Ouessant Sheep, the miniature sheep originally from the Ile de Ouessant in Brittany, France.

More about the breed.

The Society was formed by a group of like minded breeders and enthiusiasts in February 2005 and has since grown healthily in both numbers of registered sheep and also breeders and owners.

More about the Society.

Interested in Ouessants?
If you are thinking of buying Ouessant sheep in the UK it is highly recommended you ensure the sheep are registered with the Society as you may be purchasing a cross-breed.
Ensure you get a valid registration certificate for each animal as any genuinely registered Ouessant will have one. Don't be fobbed off with excuses as there are a number of people selling sheep that they claim to be registered which are not
Also, you will need the certificate for the change of ownership form.

The Ouessant Sheep Society of Great Britain is affiliated with GEMO and the Dutch Ouessant Sheep Society.

For more information on either the breed or the society, please dont hesitate to contact us at info@ouessantsheep.net

   Latest Society News

Society flockbook now online:
With great leap forward, the Society's flockbook is now available online. Look for the link at the bottom of the Society Info page.

2016 AGM date:
Here's a date for your diary: the 2016 AGM and workshop will be held on Sunday Oct 23rd near Bromsgrove. More details nearer the time.

Society papers online:
AGM and Committee minutes are now posted in the members' area of the Forum.

2015 AGM update:
Well, we had a very encouraging AGM with a good turnout and some useful suggestions on how to improve the Society in 2016.
An email update will be going out to members shortly with the full minutes being sent out with the Annual Flock-Book returns in.December.

Ouessant ram wows Autumn Show:
Vern, the ram, was a big hit at the Malvern Autumn Show. He spent a lot of time walking round on a collar and led. He even met a cabbage bigger than he is. For photos, see in the forum.

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