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Sheep Farming - for and by community

One of the oldest endeavours of humans, gone wrong in modern times. Animals are treated poorly, the quality of products is dropping, while demand is rising. The farming we’re proposing is ethical, caring and transparent, you get to know exactly how the sheep are raised. Suffolk sheep are the chosen ones, as it’s the most valued breed worldwide. From food to wool, the sheep bring a lot to the community’s table. Especially when they’re living their best possible life!

The purity of the Suffolk breed

A pure and unique breed that has been proven for over 200 years, the Suffolk sheep carcase is full of choice lean meat, being unsurpassed in eating quality.  Considered the breed for the table, the dark-faced, hornless sheep have yet a dual purpose, being raised mainly for meat production, but also good for wool.

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The best & cleanest food

The sheep are fed bio & green pasture that comes from a land owned by a Coop member. In this way, we provide the best & cleanest food for this top breed and influence even more the quality of the outcome.

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A handful of benefits

Sheep have been raised for thousands of years because they provide plenty of benefits: from food to wool, they supply a handful of products. Furthermore, sheep help improve and maintain the landscape. Due to their preference for many weeds and small size, they are ideal for vegetation control while their small hooves minimize soil compaction and erosion. Plenty of benefits provided by a down-to-earth task.

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Development Stages

2022
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Q3

⤍ Launching a responsible farming program focused on purebred Suffolk Sheep.

⤍ COOP acquires a very spacious land for sheep farming.

2023
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2023
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Building the proper space for comfortable sheep accommodation

2023
Next Steps

Welcoming at least 100 female Suffolk sheeps.