Habitat: The major habitat of the breed is the central Brahvi land. The nucleus areas are Kalat, Mastun, Khuzdar, Wadh and Awaran. The tribe of the breed is Maingul.
Vegetation: Vegetation of the habitat much like by Mangeli sheep is comprised of Saba, Sargharri, Hawe, Gorkha and Kashum.
Population: The population of the breed is bit hard to compile because of the scattered nature of the breed in a wide area. Moreover the estimation on the basis of the breeders and flock size the estimated population of the breed 1 Million. This breed shrink in size because of two reasons, First reason of the shrinking was the drought; this breed was severely affected like Dumeri sheep. The second reason is the high return of orchard farming of apple and Cherry in the region. Because of the drought and other social changes many breeders shifted towards orchard farming. Though the number of the breeders decreased but the breed is again increasing in size.
v Good thriftiness nature, high compensatory growth
v Good ability to graze in small area
v Good scavenger animal, also fit for grazing on the waste of the city
v High milk producer under the low input production system.
v High meat yield and reasonable growth rate
Option hopes: Grazing of the highlands of the region.
Economic importance: The breed is highly thrifty and produces more meat per unit feed gain compare to other breeds of the region. The male animal at the age of 2-3 years is use for Landi purpose and catches very good prices. Mangeli is one of the best milk producers in the province. The lambs of the breed can be used for feed lot system to produce more and healthy meat. The male at the age of 3 years attain a weight of 80 kg. The lambs are usually slaughter at the age of 3 years for Landi purpose. The breed is important source of livelihood earning and the prices are very high for Mangeli sheep in the province. The rate of a Mangeli ewe is almost Rs. 12,000 and that of male with 3 years of age ranges to a price of Rs. 20,000.