The Lacaune breed is considered the breed with the highest milk production, capable to give over 400 l. of milk rich with protein, fat and essential amino acids. Due to the structure as well as the rich taste the milk of these sheep is valued by the producers of the famous French cheese Roquefort. The Lacaune sheep have a correct body built that is significant for the breed of dairy-meat purpose. The head is not large, slightly long, chest is deep, rear body has well developed muscles. The body is evenly covered by runic thin wool of white or yellow-white color, wool yield for males is 2,5 kg, for females – 1,5 kg. Live weight of males – 80-100 kg, females – 55-75 kg.