|Winter Sky Khan|
Edrea- she is for sale before or after being exposed to Khan. Khan's will be introduced to his girls when he arrives at our farm on Nov. 3rd. (Edrea is sold....thank you Cyndee)
This is a year of new rams.....my favorite and only retained ram from 2012 is Einstein. I really, really like this ram and what he brings to the table in terms of overall structure and fleece quality. I'd like to see him be smooth polled, but his small scurs are perfectly ok considering how great he is overall. Einstein's fawn fleece is such a lovely rose-gray and pictures just don't do the his coloring justice. I've paired him with 4 pretty good girls this year and hoping for more modified lambs, possibly from a Seneca or Sierra pairing, I'd love anything from Anais (secretly want a grey kat ewe from her) and really wanting a mioget or fawn smooth polled ewe from Garnet.
|OK Acres Einstein|
I've decided to use a couple exceptionally nice ram lambs this fall and Danby is as nice a spotted, polled ram as I've seen so far. I'd like to see his rump develop a bit more roundness......but I've paired him with girls that are pretty strong in that regard as compensation.
|OK Acres Danby|
There's not much I don't like about Kennsington, he's got his mom's body...straight, square with a nice body length to height ratio. He's got a particularly lovely head and ear set and his fleece is yummy too. I've given him 4 girls I think will compliment him well and hoping for more grey kat(s) from Meadow, a possible gul/kat from Cherish, Maybe some lovely white lambs from Duchess and (hopefully) knockout kat(s) from Ellie. A girl can dream, right?
|Ok Acres Kennsington|
So that's my wish list for the 2014/15 groups, let's see if all my whispering in the ears of the sheep works out for me. I'm probably so far off base with what I envision that it will shock me, but I'm going to keep up the sheep whispering just the same. Thank goodness there aren't any close neighbors that will wonder why I'm out having secret conversations with my sheep. I've already got people wondering about me just a teensy bit.
You should get a ton of drool-worthy lambs next spring, Kelly! That Khan is such an unusual color – looks like a ghost sheep, perfect for Halloween. :-)ReplyDelete
Vienna has already been bred; can hardly wait to see what she has with Blake!