- Racka sheep originated in Hungary. 
- Rams may have horns as long as two feet or more. 
- The Racka breed is used for milk, meat and wool. 
- Rams and ewes have horns that grow upward. 
- Racka sheep horns are called ‘cork screw’ horns. 
- The Racka has existed since at least the 1800 in Hungary, when the first registry was established.