I adore this ewe lamb, she's sweet natured and is the softest lamb I think I've ever felt. I'm going to guess her CV and SD are going to test in the lower range. I'd like to see a bit more density in her fleece.
|Maura's ewe: Ellie Mae|
Cinderella is one of a set of white twin lambs out of Cotillion and it's been a task to figure out which one to keep and which to sell, but Cinderella seems to have a bit more density to her fleece, I like her structure just a teensy bit more than her sister's and she just has this "look at me" thing going on.
|Seneca's ram: Maximus (left) and Cotillion's ewe: Cinderella (right)|
|Salicional's ram: Einstein Love this guy.|
|Vienna's fawn kat ewe on the left and Sarafina on the right|
|Salcional's ewe: Sarafina|
|Dot's lambs: Gaston (ram is for sale ) in the foreground right and on the left is Sadira (ewe)|
Nakoma, in the back......Great ram out of Meadow. Meadow is another ewe that always gives me lambs with great conformation. And as an older ewe, you can't find much fault with her fleece. My biggest issue with Meadow is that she's a bit short for her length, but since Nakoma clearly doesn't have that issue and her offspring doesn't, I'm ok with that. I'm keeping both of her lambs this year until we get a bit further along in the year to see how they progress as they mature.
Duchess is Cinderella's sister and a lovely little ewe that I would keep if I had more room, but I can't break my own rules, so I've reluctantly placed her on my sales list. I love the head and face structure of theses twins, and both have very similar fleece types, but Duchess is not quite as dense as her sister and I think her hocks are slightly less straight than her twin. But even with that being said, I would not hesitate to keep her if she doesn't sell.
|Nakoma in the rear and Duchess in the front-right|