The co-operative grades and
markets close to 3 million
pounds of raw wool each year;
the majority of this coming from
Québec, Ontario and Alberta.

Each of the three general
classes of wool
(fine, medium and coarse)
are sold wherever the
best prices are available.


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Montadale Sheep

Montadale Sheep


The Montadale was developed by an American, E.H. Mattingly, between 1932-1945 using a cross between a Columbia ewe and Border Cheviot ram. They were imported to Canada in 1960 and again in 1990. Flocks in the U.S. range across the eastern and northern states.

They are a large, tall, white-faced meat sheep. The ewes are above average in prolificacy and produce spry lambs. The lambs are fast-gaining, heavy feeders that produce a high-yielding, lean carcass. They are suited to either pasture or confinement management. Most breeders maintain the purity of the breed, but Montadale ram will add vigour to both white and black face breeds and produce excellent first cross dam-line ewes.


Characteristics of Montadale Sheep




90 - 124 kg



55 - 90 kg

Lamb/Ewe Percentage 

Pourcentage d’agnelage 



Qualité de la toison 

Dense, bright white



4 - 5 kg

Staple Length 

Longueur de fibre 

10 - 15 cm

Micron Count 





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