Our stud buck out of 10-132, going back to Oldenburg 8170. We have a great lamb crop on the ground out of him. He has made high quality foundation females for us and will be retaining a high percentage of females
We like this little girl a lot, especially when we see her on the move. She is sound, functional and thick. Raised a triplet, she is a little green but is coming on strong. Her dam is one of our best producing ewes and we really like the maternal potential in this one - these are the kind that pay the bills.
This is our home raised ram lamb out of our Forsee buck and one of our smoothest and best structured ewes. We are excited to see the growth and structure he puts together in a balanced package. He stood 2nd at the WI Sheep and Wool Festival behind the buck we own with George Brothers. Look through his lineage - there is a lot of depth there. We sold his twin but are interested in selling all or part of this one as well.
We didn't think we could put this ewe up for sale especially confirmed bred to War Admiral, but we wanted to bring something special. We are keeping her ewe lamb from this spring and her twin sister is also confirmed bred to War Admiral, so here she is! This mating should should yield some powerful, big racked sheep. 6018 is out of Forsee R12-111 and those females are some of our favorites in the barn.
7016 is out of Caleb's show ewe from 2016 and the Icon son we own with George Bros. We have her twin sister so we thought we would offer one to someone else. Leininger 4008 consistently produces high quality females for us and we think this mating should be no exception.