The Chios Sheep originates from the Greek island of Chios and were imported into Cyprus some 60 years ago.  They have been kept in pure bred flocks and used for the upgrading of the local indigenous sheep.  The animal is undoubtedly the most suitable for intensive systems of sheep production since it is characterized by early maturity virtually non seasonal breeding, high prolificacy and high milk production. The body weight of rams is approximately 80 kilos, of ewes 65 kilos, the tail is semi fat and normally Cone shaped.  – read more