Wednesday, August 1, 2012

A few more photos from this morning.

A few more photos of sheepies from this morning.

The fawn katmoget has one of the darkest fleeces I've seen on a fawn kat. She is either ShelteringPines Amarige or ShelterPines Mademoiselle. Both are very typey, 1927 Standard Shetlands with very fine fleeces. And they both twinned and gave me keeper lambs!
The black below, WhitePine Fiji is a yearling and she is available for sale. Her half sister is behind her and she is NOT for sale. The black is out of WhitePine Roman and WhitePine Festus. She is available for sale. Micron test pending. She rooed completely this spring. Lovely ewe for a black.
Below is Whistlestop 0934 "Yuma" and her Mule ewe lamb.
This gray katmoget is FirthofFifth Blottir and her moorit daughter out of WhitePine Christian. She may be available. Her name is WhitePine Brooten.
This is a mioget Finn x Shetland Mule ewe lamb. For now she's being retained (and nearly 70 pounds at under 4 months of age!)

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