|Kate and some of her ewes.
|Love this rich, dark color
|Another shot of a different color grey ewe
Philip has a nice selection of sheep of different breeds that he crosses with Shetlands as well as a number of fine examples of Shetland sheep that represent the Flockbook type and what some of us refer to in America as the UK type.
|Can you spot Amy's little Foula ewe (spotty) in this group of ewes?
|Lovely length and crimp
|And another fleece style that's represented in the Wadley flock
|I think this is either an Island ewe or a decendent
|I really like this moorit ewe
|Here's a group shot of the different breeds of rams that Philp and his father use in their flocks. Icelandic, Charollais, Suffolk, etc.
|Such a majestic ram, nicely proportioned, great head and structure
|Great looking grey kat ram, again with nice proportions and overall nice structure
|Lovely moorit ram with a slightly different horn style, and really great fleece and overall breed type.
|I added these of the rams horns to show examples of good breed typical horns
|Nice width at the top and good clearance on the sides......not growing out of the side of their skull but rather on the top and rising up a bit before turning outward.
|And this is the fleece!!!!! Just because it's so lovely.
|Grey kats' fleece..............nice eh?