Shetland Sheep & Wool
You can view current flock sire pictures by clicking here "Rams" or by going to the home page and clicking on the Rams tab.
Micron Data for all my sheep for 2014 can be viewed by clickinghere
2015 Micron Data for Yearlings and Mature rams can be found here
2015 Micron Data for Mature ewes can be found: here
2016 Yearlings for Sale
|It's difficult to get good photos of sheep that just won't let you!! And that is compunded by the fact that she is only a few weeks from a fresh shearing. They look so goofy at this stage of the year.|
Wintertime Kia: 1 year old black ewe that I am moving along because I have some fleeces I like a bit better than hers and since I want to keep my breeding ewes at 15-18 this year, I am offering her for sale.
NASSA Reg.#S41397 $225.00
OK Acres Reatta: 1 year old black krunet ewe. I just ended up not being very happy with this gals hocks and so I'm selling her to a pet or fiber flock. Fleece is PG1, so she will be a great addition to a wool hoarders flock. :)
NASSA Reg.#S41997, but selling without papers $200.00
Terms of Sales$50 down payment is required to hold a sheep or lamb. The only exceptions to the "no refunds" policy would be if the animal you've chosen does not meet the requirements for registration and you purchased it as a registered sheep. There is also a "no refund" policy for all sheep purchased.
See below for my replacement policy.
If you've made a deposit on a lamb that fails final evaluations, you may choose to have the deposit refunded to you, pick another lamb or adult on the sales list or be on the waiting list for the following year.
Changing your mind about purchasing a lamb, ewe or ram does not qualify for refund, but I am happy to let you choose another lamb from this year or next year's sale list.
Please note that all lambs are listed are contingent on further evaluation. If any of them develop faults as they mature, rams will be wethered and listed as pet animals at a reduced price. All rams and ewes that do not pass evaluation as they mature will be ineligible for registration and offered as pet quality only. Pet quality sheep must be sold in pairs or be going to a home that currently has sheep.
Horns: Fully horned rams will be replaced if they develop fatal horns unless I've notified you there is a chance they may not clear. Rams with aberrant horns or scurs are sold "as is" and will not be replaced.
Sterile rams will be replaced in the year the problem is detected. I will then offer you a replacement from the price range that you purchased your original ram. The ram would have had to be exposed to several ewes that were not bred in order to qualify for replacement.
**Sheep can be replaced with a sheep of equal value for serious faults in the first year of ownership, but this is done completely at my discretion.
Looking to add to my little flock of shetlands and spotted madonna - would love some more info on her, if you could email me? ThanksReplyDelete
I just got my first little flock of shetland sheep yesterday and while looking over the pedigrees I see a lot of SheltrgPines stock. I have Farview Farm Rosie who is out of Wintertime Blues AI and SheltrgPines Gwenhwyfach. Her ewe lamb out of a ram from Farview Farms Angelina- SheltrgPines Darius and SheltrgPines Gwenhwyfach. The person a got them from said that they won't roo because they are too primitive. Yet I see you roo your sheep. Do you think it possible they may if given longer in the spring? Any help or information would be greatly appreciated. These are my first sheep and I want to make sure they get the best care!ReplyDelete
I would love to get Celine. Love her markings! You and Juliann have some sheep I would love to get this year.ReplyDelete
Saundra, Rosie had not rooed in the two years that I had her. Laurel probably will not roo. Angelina has never rooed (had her for 4 years), and Buddy (laurel's sire) did not roo this year. It is possible that Betty Boop may roo, as her sire, Simon, did roo this year. Those that don't roo, can still be sheared....should still be sheared.ReplyDelete