Welcome to the Norfolk Horn Breeders’ Group website. The Group was established by a number of enthusiastic breeders in 1994 with the aim of promoting and enhancing the breed. At that time Norfolk Horns were category 1 – ‘critical’ on the Rare Breeds Survival Trust’s watchlist, with fewer than 300 registered breeding ewes. Since that time the group has evolved and developed and now is in category 5 ‘minority’ on the RBST Watchlist. We have 80 members and there are 2327 registered ewes and 205 registered rams (October 2017) The aims of the group are:
- Promote and raise awareness of the breed
- To raise the profile of the breed
- Maintain breed standards.
- Be a source of information and advice about the breed