Monday, August 3, 2009

a few parting photos

Before my big trip that I'll be gone for I wanted to share a few photos of black based lambs...Too many times buyers overlook them just because they are black. A big pity!

Above we have F1 Jamie on the left named WhitePine Levi. He "may" be going to Oregon for a fall of courting some ladies..... On the right is White Pine Reuben. He is slated to be going to Pennsylvania to court some ladies there as well!

Below, Reuben and his mom Rahu.
Isn't he just breathtaking?!! :)
Below is WhitePine Terah out of Black Forrest Tilly and UnderTheSon Arapaho.

All three lambs carry moorit, and Levi carries spots to boot! Terah is staying here for the time being. She is just beautiful.

5 comments:

Michelle at Boulderneigh said...

My goodness you're fast! That IS a very nice-looking rear view on Levi . . . we'll see what happens!

Juliann said...

Garrett you turkey. You didn't tell me you were selling Levi, lol!
Those are some mighty fine lambs.

Have fun on your trip, see you at MFF! We are going to leave Allegan like a dishrag. Woohoo!

corinne said...

Nice boys!
Can't wait to see you tomorrow!

susan said...

I didn't realize that Jamison carried the polled gene? I've known decendets of Jamison that were polled, but they were also comming from polled carrying ewes, so I was unsure if Jamison actully had polled or not.

Jamison is one of the boys that I didn't get a chance to use. I saw some of his desendets that I really liked. Your Levi is one of the ones that seems to have nicked well.

-Susan

Garrett808 said...

Hi Susan.

I don't think Jamie does carry the poll gene as it is a dominant trait. Levi's mother, Lucy is down from Roban Dillon who is a proven poll carrier producer (he was the gul/kat that was collected and brought over in like 2004 or 2005.

I wasn't expecting a smooth polled ram out of Jamie either but that ewe is now a proven poll carrier producer as well :)

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