The Cheviot is a breed of white-faced sheep which gets its name from a range of hills in north Northumberland and the Scottish Borders. It is still common in this area of the United Kingdom, but also in north west Scotland, Wales, Ireland and the south west of England (especially Dartmoor and Exmoor), as well as more rarely in Australia, New Zealand, Norway (2%), and the United States. The Cheviot is a dual-purpose breed, being raised primarily for its wool and meat.
- Cheviot description as a rare breed in Australia
- American Cheviot Society
- The United Kingdom Cheviot Sheep Society
- Cheviot Sheepbreeders' Association Australia
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