|Feed amount||87 grams per day|
|Allowed terrain||beach, desert, forest, grassland, hills, mountains, plains, tundra|
|Renewables||iron or wooden bucket:|
bone or steel blade sheers:
|Butchering yields||stone or steel cleaver:|
mutton, fur, hide, small bones, sinew
The Boreray, also known as the Boreray Blackface or Hebridean Blackface, is a breed of sheep originating on the St Kilda archipelago off the west coast of Scotland and surviving as a feral animal on one of the islands, Boreray. The breed was once reared for meat and wool, but is now used mainly for conservation grazing. The Boreray is one of the Northern European short-tailed sheep group of breeds.
It is one of the rarest breeds of sheep in the United Kingdom.
NOTE: Not to be confused with the North American Bighorn Sheep (Ovis canadensis) or the Siberian bighorn sheep (Ovis nivicola), which is called the Snow sheep here in Cantr.