Churros are the oldest domesticated sheep in North America, brought by Spaniards in the 16th century and raised by the Dine (Navajo). Their population is rebounding from serious decline, and they are classified as a Threatened breed. We are proud to shepherd this wonderful flock and have limited product available. Navajo Churro are listed on the Slow Food Ark of Taste, they are a rich, delicious low fat meat.
Their wool is prized by weavers and used for weaving traditional Navajo rugs.
Enjoying a treat in the orchard.