Fall-born breeding stock is the focus at the farm. Ewes and rams flush on spring pasture; rams meet the ewes in late April or early May; lambs are on the ground in September and October; weaning in January. We select replacement animals, save a few favorites to show as yearlings; some of these are then for sale. We have imported genetics from New Zealand (natural colored) and Australian (white) studs that has brought outstanding fleece characteristics and structural quality to our flock.


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April 25, 2021, update: We have a gorgeous group of fall-born ram lambs, born in the last two weeks of September and first week of October: black (polled),  silver (polled), white (horned), and a moorit (polled). And there is a nice pair of polled ram lambs born in late January–one black and one white, both twins. Stock will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis (please use the contact page to send a request).

Two-year-old moorit ram. This polled ram is a gentleman, with a lustrous bold crimp in his fleece and a long staple length. He’s sired two crops of nice lambs, and sadly we must replace him to avoid inbreeding.

Ram #1366, DoB 10/8/2018.

Ram #1366 fleece.




Fall-born ram lambs. Fiber tests (taken in March 2021) on this group are below. Most are twins.

Below are a few of the group.

Although it’s hard to to justice to the fleeces with a cellphone camera, here are a few. The lovely lock structure does show!