Wednesday, September 10, 2008
My BFL lambs
Here is a side profile of Tuppence's head. She was born from a yearling ewe who twinned and raised them herself, so they are a bit smaller. She's going to be a looker when she grows up!
A nice rear on this girl!
Here is a photo of me and Tuppence with the judge
Clover's side profile. Our judge said his only concern with her is that she didn't have enough blue pigment in the face.
A side photo of Clover and her fleece.
I had to race outside when I got home and took some photos of other sheep. Here is Burma, my natural colored ram lamb from Stephen Rouse. He's a handsome guy! (the ram LOL)
The four rams I am using this fall, are all rams I offered for sale, with the intent to use them for breeding and then move them on to new h...
The Fine Fleece Shetland Sheep Association had their very first Supported Show in conjunction with the the Estes Park wool Festival in Este...
A beautiful musket ewe lamb and a double Ag gray ram. Both have head spotting. Look at that FLEECE! they are also put together extremely w...