For decades we have been trying to acquire semen domestically that was following the traditionally marked/spotted Simmental in both red and yellow. In 2009, we imported semen from two UK Simmental bulls and these cows and calves are direct results of those combinations of domestic and imported bulls. We are so excited to showcase to you what we have done in the past 30 years of selective breeding.
Below are a few photos of our stock from 2016.
above photo is of our 3 yearling bulls. below are three of calves from 2016.
Above is the bull calf about a month later, below the two heifer calves.
most of the herd in this photo.
With a potential move (again) I am decreasing my flock numbers. These are the sheep I have available as of this time. There may be a few mor...
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...