This year we've had some adorable babies and a great lambing season thus far. *Update* all ewes have lambed! The majority of our lambs were born in February, with the oldest being born at the end of January and the youngest being born April 16.
We used two unrelated rams for this year's lamb crop. All of our flock are registered Katahdins; and almost all of our lambs can be registered. All registered lambs are sired by RR rams. The one set of commercial twins we have are out of a registered ewe that I know is RR.
We had 20 bred ewes this year.
Our farm has participated for the last couple of years in the Virginia Tech Southwest AREC ram study. This is a great program! I'm so thankful for all the help I've received in learning about sheep improvement through this.
So here is our 2020 sale catalog! I'll update it as frequently as I'm able. Please feel free to contact me for additional information or questions you may have.
Okay yeah this is a terrible picture. I shot it on my phone and she was moving people. I'll try and get a better one here but this will just have to do for now. Made you look though didn't it? Ruby Sue had these darlings yesterday. And here's my point: It made me remember that Pastor Josh preached this past Sunday (Facebook live don't worry) on Psalm 23. Famous Psalm of course that begins with, "The Lord is my Shepherd..."
I'm Debbie. I love listening to chickens cackle and sing. I love Lindt chocolate truffles, a good cup of coffee, and a good book.