Corsican sheep, also known as Mouflon sheep, originated from the Mediterranean islands of Corsica, Sardinia and Cyprus. Males have red-brown coats with a dark back stripe and light colored lower legs. Mature males can have impressive curled horns measuring over 30 inches. Females are often devoid of horns. Males can weigh up to 150 pounds while females usually weigh about half that much.
We have a number of Mouflon or Corsican rams on the ranch. They are very skittish and you will need to keep well hidden to shoot one.
Sheep Hunting Restrictions: Only males with at least a 3/4 curl may be hunted.