Some beautiful yearlings available. They can be sold bred as well. Thick well muscled frames and great milkiness in these lines.
Author Archive | Tracy Robertson
We are planning our breeding flock for this fall. I have a few yearling ewes that will be available bred if anyone is interested. I will need to know soon so I can add them to our breeding plan. I’ll get some pictures of them and update the website so you can look at their […]
Here are some pics of the new lambs. Will be making a list of available lambs soon. We had 7 ewe lambs and 5 ram lambs.
We are just starting our 2017 lambing season. We’ve been so busy I haven’t gotten around to updating our website. I’ll try and get information up over the next couple weeks. We have a good group of ewes this year with some new bloodlines joining our farm. Please email me if you have questions. firstname.lastname@example.org […]
This year has been extremely busy, especially this fall. We decided to breed a select group of yearlings this year and let our older girls have a year off. We are also using a new ram this year so we should have lots of great new bloodlines in the spring. Wallace is our ram with […]
We recently finished the 2016 lambing season. We brought in some new bloodlines and we are really pleased with this crop of lambs. The Hottur lines and Bogi lines were a great addition to our already solid lines. Our ewes that were first time moms almost all twined with no problem and have proven to […]
We are bringing in some new bloodlines this year and very excited to have them here. We have Bogi, Hottur, Mokollur, and Grabotoni lines being added to our already great bloodlines. Looking forward to adding these well proven lines to our flock. Everyone arrived after some long days traveling in good spirits and have made […]
We finished up our 2015 lambing season with 17 lambs in total. Olive lambed at her new farm and had two beautiful ewe lambs. Poppy lambed here with us, but took her lovely ram lamb with her to her new home shortly after. It is a relief to see all the lambs on the ground […]
Our lambs began arriving on March 23rd. First set of twins we found after arriving home from work out in the pasture basking in the sun. I had left that morning thinking, Aurora looks like she’s having contractions but she’s still a few days out. What do I know? Twin ram lambs both moorit mouflons. […]
Here are some of our yearlings. They are looking really good. Very pleased.