Welcome to the Teeswater Sheep Breeders' Association

The Teeswater makes a fantastic Sire for a Hill Sheep, producing a high value Masham Sheep
Join in with Young Handler Classes at the Shows

Excellent        Sire for            Hill Sheep


Many shows have Teeswater Classes, Longwool Classes or Rare and Native Breed Classes
Teeswater Annual Show and Sale 2015

Teeswater Annual Show and Sale Leyburn Auction Mart 2016


      Please click here for the 2016 catalogue


Please click here for the 2015 auctioneers report

Teeswater Sheep Breeders' Association Registration Form 2016
If you are a member of the Teeswater Sheep Breeders' Association you can use this form to register your pedigree 2016 Teeswater lambs. You can also register online via the Grassroots link on the home page.
If you would like more information about joining the Association please contact the secretary. Please see the contacts page.
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Teeswater Sheep Breeders' Association Members


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The Teeswater Sheep Breeders' Association was formed in 1949 with the aim to encourage and improve the breeding of Teeswater Sheep, to maintain their purity and particularly to establish the supremacy of Teeswater rams for crossing with hill sheep of other breeds for the production of half-bred lambs, know as the Masham.

The Teeswater is a breed of sheep from Teesdale, Co. Durham. It is a longwool breed of sheep, which produces the finest of lustre fleece with a fibre diameter of 32 - 36 microns

The fleece of the Teeswater should be fine, long-stapled with high lustre with each lock hanging free and with no tendency to felt. There should be no dark fibers in the fleece, which should be uniform in texture over the whole body. The Teeswater produces a kemp free fleece, a characteristic it passes on.




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