History of the Texas Dall

Throughout the 1900s, there were a number of different breeds of sheep that were bred across the country that resulted in new hybrid breeds that all now fall under the category of Corsican sheep.

Interesting Texas Dall Features

The Texas Dall was one of these breeds, and it represents a hybrid cross between Mouflon ewes and Rambouillet rams, as the United Horned Hair Sheep Association notes. They carry some of the same characteristics as other Corsican sheep, but they are also a unique breed with many traits that set it apart.

One of the most distinctive features of Texas Dall is that they are completely white with horns and hooves that are typically colorless as well. That alone makes Texas Dall look different from many of Corsican sheep hybrids like black Hawaiian, desert sand and painted desert. Their snow white appearance makes them easy to spot and also makes them one of the most beautiful Corsican sheep breeds.

Texas Dall rams also have horns that continue to grow throughout their lifetime and do not shed at all. The rams usually grow to be between 130 and 160 pounds, and they have meat that is edible, though the gamey taste means that many chefs will marinate and spice the meat extensively to create well-seasoned meals.

Texas Dall Hunts

At Tioga Boar Hunting, we have been offering Texas Dall hunts for more than 40 years now and have a large number of these sheep and rams roaming our premises today. You will need to be incredibly patient when you hunt them, as they are known for their herding ability and will force you to wait to take the perfect shot. But when you hunt with us, we promise that you will get the full experience that comes along with hunting Texas Dall, regardless of whether you choose to use a rifle, a shotgun, a bow or something else.

Plan your Texas Dall hunting trip today by calling Tioga Boar Hunting at 570-835-5341.