‘Ewe’ probably don’t want to mess with this sassy sheep in Hereford, England.
Footage by Jim Rowe shows one of his prize-winning Kerry Hill sheep, a breed that originates from Kerry in Powys, Wales, strutting her stuff around the yard.
“Her name is Downwood Villanelle [after the TV program Killing Eve] as she is such a diva,” Rowe told Storyful.
“Villanelle has now retired from the show ring to become a breeding ewe and has produced a couple of lambs who we hope will follow in her footsteps,” he added.
According to Rowe, female Kerry Hill sheep can weigh between 50 and 70 kg (110 to 154 pounds), while males can tip the scales anywhere between 80 and 100 kg (176 to 220 pounds). Credit: Jim Rowe via Storyful