Sunday, June 23, 2013

Sheep for sale

The lambs are all here, it was a ram year for me, 8 boys, and only 2 girls. So now I have several Finn-sired ram lambs for sale. They can be wethered for fiber pets/lawnmowers or kept intact for breeding some nice colorful fleeces into your flock.

Finn/Bluefaced Leicesters: available now, sired by Little Red Oak Jari, a registered Brown Finn quadruplet.

Triplet ram lamb. Born 4/20/2013.  English Blue pattern with spotted face. Nice ram lamb with excellent fleece, on right in photo above. Dam is River Oaks, Rita, registered natural colored Bluefaced Leicester. $150

Single wethered lamb, born 4/22/2013.  English Blue pattern with light great spotting on face and body. This is a big boy with excellent fleece. On left in photos above and below. Dam is River Oaks Leta, registered white Bluefaced Leicester. $125

I'm still deciding on whether or not to sell the white ram lamb. I'd love to keep him, his fleece isn't as crimpy as the other two BFL/Finn rams, but it's very soft.  He was the only white lamb I got this year and he's gorgeous!
Finn/Shetlands: available in August. $125 intact or $100 wethered. 10% discount on multiple purchase. Very nice fleece on all of these boys.

Moorit gulmoget single ram lamb out of River Oaks Cinder, a yearling ewe, might develop horns/small scurs.
Twin ram lambs out of River Oaks Heddy, one is moorit with small head spot and the other is black with nice Krunet head spot.  Friendly lambs with dark rich color.  Not Ag.

Musket single out of  River Oaks Goldie,a yearling ewe.  Very sweet boy, fabulous fleece, I'm so tempted to keep him! To good home only.
I will probably have more sheep to list including some yearling registered Shetland ewes. Let me know if you'd be interested in a ewe with lamb at side. Click on the Contact page above for my contact information.

1 comment:

  1. It was SUCH a ram year, all over! I got about the same odds here at Little Red Oak Farm. Your little gullie ram has all the look of Finn about him, at least what I can see from behind.

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