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Stumberg Sheep

Stumberg Sheep

The Stumberg Sheep is a hybrid species bred from Mouflon ewes and Argali rams created by the late patriarch of the Patio Ranch, Louis Stumberg. This species came into being due to the lack of Argali ewes available during Argali conservation efforts. Specifically...

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Nubian Ibex

Nubian Ibex

The Nubian Ibex is a species of goat native to northern Africa and the Middle East. Though relatively small in body size, the males have disproportionally long, thick horns that grow up and around their shoulders and can reach over 3 feet in length, while the females...

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European Mouflon

European Mouflon

The European Mouflon is the ancestor of most domestic sheep, but this original breed maintains the beauty and wildness sought after by many hunters, even though they are endangered in their homeland. Despite being the smallest of the Mouflon species, the rams display...

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Markhor

Markhor

Markhor are prized screw-horned animals that can boast of being the largest goat species in the world. They are the national animal of their native Pakistan, and for good reason, as the horns of the males can surpass a length of 4 feet. These caprids have brown coats...

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Manchurian Sika

Manchurian Sika

The Manchurian Sika, also known as the Dybowski’s Sika Deer, are the largest of the 14 subspecies of sika in both body and horn size. Though likely extinct in their native China, they are prolific and impressive at the Patio Ranch. These massive animals have a...

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Gemsbok

Gemsbok

The Gemsbok is the largest member of the oryx family, native to southern Africa and displayed on the Namibian coat of arms. This antelope has a tan, almost purplish coat with distinctive white and black accents. Both sexes have horns that are long and straight, with...

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Jacob’s Sheep

Jacob’s Sheep

The Jacob’s Sheep, also known as the Four-Horned Sheep, is a species native to the British Isles which have the distinctive trait of having multiple horns. These sheep are prized for their unique headgear, pie-bald coloring, and exceptional wool. Jacob’s Sheep were...

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Fallow

Fallow

Fallow are a species of European deer, unique in that their coats come in many different colors. The Patio Ranch herd offers all of the color variations, which include white, red-spotted, chocolate, and almost black. The males display seasonal palmated antlers that...

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Blackbuck

Blackbuck

Blackbuck, native to India, Nepal, and Pakistan, are small bodied, spiral horned antelope with distinct coats that vary due to sex and age. Like the axis deer, blackbuck have adapted well to Texas, with free-roaming herds plentiful in many parts of the state. The...

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Barasingha

Barasingha

Barasingha, also known as Swamp deer, are indigenous to the Indian subcontinent and were brought to the Patio in the 1970s in order to increase the numbers of a vulnerable species. These reddish-brown, large-bodied deer weigh well upwards of 300 pounds at maturity,...

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