8016 is the twin to the dam on lot 1. I've been eyeing this lamb since it was born. She is freakishly long bodied and level topped and will be fun to watch grow out. She is the type of lamb that you’ll be excited to breed after the show season ends!
We wanted to start out our first online sale with something special and this one fits that bill. 8017 was 2nd place Feb at All-American in 2018 and to say we were anticipating this mating is an understatement. Bone, power, breed character, structure, extension...you name it-she's got it.
This has been Caleb's pick of the lambs for the past month. Needless to say, he wasn't happy to see her in the picture pen - but you'll be happy to have her in your barn! The Forsee R12-111 made a phenomenal ewe base for us, and 6032 exemplifies that.
2021 is out of our KDK ewe that produced our January show ewe last year. That lamb was Jr. Champion at the WI State Fair amongst a long list of accolades and is probably one of our favorite females at the farm.
These next two are a pair of twins out of the ewe lamb we campaigned back in 2017 who was 2nd place Feb at All-American. She raised the first place fall ram at the All-American last year and then had this set of twins. I wasn't planning on selling either, but we really wanted to make sure we were bringing some high quality to the table and they both do that.
6047 goes back to Dances with Chickens and a Robinson ewe. He has made some exceptional sheep for us, including the 1st place fall ram at All-American last year. 7028 is one of my favorite ewes of the 2017 lamb crop. 2025 is well-built in a moderate package, but still enough size to run in the breeding ring.
We are always willing to support the juniors, especially in a year with so much uncertainty. 2027’s dam is the result of a bred ewe purchase from the Forsee family and is of our favorite ewes around the farm. 4008 has been a standard of breed character and consistency for us for several years. 2027 is going to have length and extension through her front 1/3 and adequate size for the show ring without sacrificing the power we like to see.
We purchased two ewe lambs from Kraig Bowers back in 2015 and both are still cranking out top sheep for us. I've been eying this one since early on. She is a little more moderate in her build with a ton of power.
2065 comes out of our younger set of lambs, but has been a standout from the beginning. 1734 brings some extension and scale to this mating. 8002 is lined up on Howard breeding and both her and her twin are in our keeper flock.