Candy Sheep are naturally born with white wool. Above, we can see the natural sheep as well as a few dyed versions. The dye is not harmful for consumption and does not harm the sheep in any way.

Candy Sheep are a species of sheep that have cotton candy coats rather than wool. They are found in the Sheep Ranches of Nidsk and are an Unnatural Evolutionary type. They are born white and are then dyed different colors before their candied coats are taken and used for consumption. They are fed ground up sugarcane and cream which is believed to make their candied coats sweeter. The sheep aren't dyed until they become adults. Their coats are allowed to grow three inches before it is shaved off and taken to be sold or stored away.

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