Country Cheviots are reliable and in a changing sheep world where quality
counts, producers will find that this is something to be sought after.
The Hill Cheviot is a smaller, hardier version of the North Country Cheviot
and is reared on the hills and moors of North West Scotland. The
harshness of the environment in which they are reared results in an extremely
healthy, hardy breed. Like other hill sheep, those Hill Cheviots when
they are moved onto low ground farms will produce top quality lambs with
lambing percentages of 170-180% with little or no supplementary feeding