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Katahdin sheep spotted on Manor Lane in Jamesport. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)

We spotted these Katahdin sheep, an interesting looking breed that is usually raised for meat rather than wool, grazing on a pasture on Manor Road in Jamesport this week.

Named after Mount Katahdin, the highest peak in Maine, these adaptable and docile animals do not produce a fleece and thus don’t require shearing, according to Katahdin Hair Sheep International.

See more photos of these beautiful creatures below.

Your North Fork Sunday Scene features weekly snap shots of life on Long Island’s top fork.

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Previous North Fork Sunday Scenes:

Late fall harvest at Andrews Family Farm

Feisty Acres quail farm

Fall art in the fields

North Fork fall foliage

Healing with Horses

Harvest is coming

CSA pickup day at Biophilia

A postcard from Love Lane

Bring on summer

A stroll down Oregon Road

‘Zenful’ flowers in Baiting Hollow

Hello from this North Fork mama and her babies

North Fork asparagus is here