These fuzzy faced sheep are totally covered in wool giving them a very old world look. Colors are primarily black and white. Their fleece is exceptionally fine (19-29 microns). They are naturally polled with gentle personalities. Our babydolls are registered with the Robert Mock registry.

A female sheep is a “ewe”. A male sheep is a “ram”. A castrated male sheep is a “wether”. Baby sheep are called “lambs”.​ Member OEBR.

Babydoll sheep are a registered breed of miniature sheep. Babydolls are a rare breed that are protected by the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy. People are drawn to these little cuties because of the small size, gentle nature and famous “smiling fuzzy faces”. Also called “teddy bear” sheep, they are 19-24” at the shoulder.

Our small family farm is located in the Piedmont area of North Carolina. We lovingly raise registered miniature goats (Pygmies and Nigerian Dwarfs) as well as registered miniature sheep (Olde English Babydoll Southdown and Harlequin). All are gentle, playful and make perfect pets.

Olde English “Babydoll” Southdown Sheep