According to some estimates, there are more than 1,000 breeds of livestock sheep worldwide. In the European Union, Romania is one of the largest exporters of livestock, with the highest increase in sheep flocks. More precisely, Romania has more than 9,8 million heads of ewes, currently holding 3rd place in Europe after Great Britain and Spain.
The first most important sheep breed in Romania is Tsurcana – also called “The Queen of the Mountains” – with 69.9 % of all sheep, followed by the Tsigai breed, the second most important sheep breed from this country, with 24.3% of all sheep. Obviously, selling livestock sheep has a special contribution to the economic development of the country.
Romania is a country with a favorable environment including pasturing fields and beautiful hills for the lambs and sheep. About 20% of the country’s land areas and about 30% of Romanian agricultural areas are covered by permanent pasture. And as we said, one of the most popular breeds which are available for sale is Tsurcana. Also, there are other breeds raised in good conditions that can be exported from this country such as Tsigai and even Karakul sheep.
More than that, due to favorable geographic positioning, close to Central Europe and with access to the Black Sea, the Romanian sheep breeders consistently exports livestock in Europe, and, via sea routes to the Mediterranean region, in North Africa, on Eastern Mediterranean coast and in some countries from Arab Peninsula like Israel and Lebanon.
Nutritional benefits of lamb meat
Various studies show that the consumption of the lamb meat provides a lot of benefits to the human body. Besides its benefits, this kind of red meat is organic and delicious, especially if it comes from baby lamb. If it is prepared and cooked in good conditions, this meat can be an excellent component of a healthy diet, because it has plenty of vitamins and minerals that are essential for the immune system and containing a high-quality protein which helps to maintain the proper functioning of the human body.
What vitamins and minerals contain the lamb meat:
- Vitamin B12
- Vitamin B3
Live lambs for sale in Romania
It’s outstanding that sheep and lambs are one of the most domesticated animals from the earth. And sheep keeping was, is and will continue to be an important part of Romanian agriculture.
As a matter of fact, they are raised here for many reasons, but one of most important is to export them to other countries. One of the biggest livestock exporters from Romania is Seradria, a company with an experience of over 20 years in sheep breeding and selling lambs.
The farm has 10 ha2 and a capacity of 150,000 sheep, lambs, cattle and bulls, and is created in accordance with all standardization required by the Union European.
Seradria is selling lambs at good prices in different countries, like Italy, Greece, Turkey, Spain, Germany, France, Austria, Jordan, Syria, Tunisia, Libya, and Israel. Moreover, for Israel, Seradria castrates all the lambs that are prepared for export, and also make all the blood analysis and vaccines required extra by the authorities.