Corsican Sheep are the result of initial crosses between the Mouflon Sheep with a wide range of other sheep including the Barbados Blackbelly. Horn Size is generally between 28" and 38". The males' horns can weigh up to 30 pounds. Females also have horns that are smaller. A Corsican weighs from 80 to 160 pounds.
The Corsican sheep, or Corsican Ram, is probably the most hunted of all the exotics in the United States. The Corsican is a hybrid sheep that began its history in Texas about 40 years ago. There are several color variations to choose from when hunting a Corsican Sheep, and with these color variations come different names.