These are the lambs and sheep for sale. In our breeding program I am trying to create a diversity of fleece types, colors, and patterns while preserving good conformation and health.
We have our breeding groups for our 2013 Spring lambs. This year we have Jocko and Wink, Shaun and Monette, and Tanya and Lewis. They are all registered Shetland sheep except Tanya who is a 50% Gotland 50% Finn ewe. There are photos of the breeding groups here. We are taking deposits on the lambs. Please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
UPDATE: All of the lambs are spoken for this year, and this will be the last year we will be breeding Shetland sheep.
On April 9, our Gotland-Finn ewe, Tanya Tucker, lambed with twins. The first is above, a black ram lamb with white Gotland head markings. We are calling him Merle Haggard. He will be wethered and sold at weaning as a fiber animal for $75. RESERVED for Eliz.
Below is her second ram lamb, Waylon Jennings. He has the panda eyes and HST markings as well as some spotting. He will also be wethered and sold for fiber production for $75 at weaning. RESERVED for Eliz.
On April 12 Bing Bang Wink who had been bred to Bitterroot Ansel (AKA Jocko) delivered twin mioget lambs. Willy is the ram lamb. he has a white spot on the top of his head and prominent horn buds. He will be wethered and available as a fiber producing wether for $50. RESERVED for Matt and Jena.
On April 18 our Monette and Shaun had triplets. She had a black and white spotted ewe lamb we are calling Bette (below). She will likely fade to a light grey like her mother. She does have cute pheo coloring on her legs. She will be available as a ewe lamb for $200. RESERVED for Elizabeth.
Then she had a black and white spotted ram lamb we all calling Vette. He is darker than his sister and dark legs. He will also likely fade to a light grey. He will be available as a wether for $50. RESERVED for Matt and Jena.