Tuesday, July 8, 2008
A few new sheep photos
Here is Meleng and yearling daughter Skor grazing along peacefully. They are both shaela. Meleng and Skor are my two softest ewes on the farm.
The polled musket boy in the middle is Parker. He is going to his new home at Boston Lake in the next couple of weeks. Very uniform and crimpy and soft!
The grey katmoget on the right is Rye, who is going to live at Sheltering Pines. Her mother, Rooibos is on the left.
The last two photos are of Lyons, my F2 Jericho, F3 Jamie black/going shaela ram. He has the most beautiful horns and I really like him....conformationally, crimpiness, softness, color, disposition, everything. If he doesn't sell, I plan on keeping him and breeding him to a few select ewes this fall.
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