Today we visited David and Susan at One Clay Hill Farm. They have Navajo-Churro sheep. I have photographed many sheep during the Bounty Project, but I was still shocked by how close the sheep stayed together. The Rams (pictured below) moved throughout the field in one big clump.
The Navajo-Churro breed was the first sheep breed in the United States, with it ancestors being brought into the Southwest more than Four Hundred Years Ago by Don Juan Onate. To read more about this breed and the efforts that are underway to preserve it, please visit: http://www.navajo-churrosheep.com/